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... little muts as they followed us down the beach with tongues lolling out of their mouths and tails wagging, however we soon found ourselves in retreat with the puppy held up in Scotty’s arms out of harm’s way whilst Mum dog and me chased and fought off all the dogs who’s turf we had unwittingly strayed into, and who were as a result viciously barking and chasing us like crazy. Whoops! Well, I would just like to go on record as saying that we gave those other dogs ...
... with Lukose for a night cap. Said bye to Suzy. She was great fun and a laugh, whatever her job is.
Diane walked with me back to the annex, wanting to apologize for things she had said in the second half of the tour. I laughed; quite unnecessary. It is a pity the northern drinkers did not find these boozer Bejans in the first part of the trip but we did our best to make up for lost time.
Got enough done on the diary/blog to head off to bed by 2240.
All exhausted from the birthday celebrations we had a lie in and a lazy morning. We reluctantly spent some time packing our bags ready for our journey back to Mumbai. After saying bye to Nushkie and Alisha who caught a flight back earlier in the day we set off for one last drive in Goa and in search of some lunch. We went back to our favourite Goan cafe Artjuna, it had been so good the first time we just couldn't resist ...
... Not a bad spot to say the least.
Decision time: whole kingfish, prawns (they were more like small lobsters), calamari, salad etc. Wow, a wonderful meal.. Even Slim (not the biggest "fish fan") is prepared to tuck into the local aquatic fare. To finish our meal, Slim and I had a Goan peanut rice pudding. Again delightful. I'm finding the culinary exploits that we have undertaken to be extra-ordinary and we are thankful that Slim's wheat intolerance is well ...
... morning, she hit one on the smaller girls, Habiba. No one is sure of the circumstances because we don't understand any of the language, but she seemed quite angry at Habiba and the rest of the younger group during our entire visit. Holly and I were assigned to the older group, where we were reprimanded for telling the kids the answers (which we weren't!) and got our spelling of the months of the year corrected (when ours was actually correct). The teacher left ...