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... here (ok –girls) is Tinder, a very basic silly dating app. Swipe left if you don’t like someone’s photo, right
if you do. Whilst some reading this will look upon me with disdain for being so
“shallow” or “vanity-orientated”, you are very welcome to dismount off of your
high-horse as at a very basic level this is all dating comes down to – cardinal
lust for beauty. On a Friday night I met up with this girl for a drink – ...
... in place in a Brazilian centro historico. That's the only comparison I can make on account of having never been to Portugal but I'm assuming that because both Goa and Brazil were, at one point, occupied by the Portuguese then they'd probably be kinda the same same but different in parts. It's significantly less touristy here though so our mission for bland, non-Indian food to appease my tortured stomach was proving difficult and in ...
... on this beach and it’s the only thing that exists – and it’s a real
trial to remove ourselves from here that’s for sure! However as the saying does
go, all good things come to an end, and we do have some plans to move from
here, and finally bid India goodbye as we embark on the next leg of our
journey, we are also keeping our fingers crossed that someone very close to
home will be able to join us for a bit on our next leg of this ...
... It was clear in my mind while walking up to the beach, what my answer was to my friends' question... Ocean baby. All the way, Ocean. The sound of the waves, the smell of the sea. The sun, the surf, the sand... I was home! Lol The next morning, I woke up to rain.. It rained literally all day and it continued for the following two days. Luckily, my friends own a guesthouse and I had a lovely AC room with my own fridge, tv and bathroom. Not a bad way to ...
... Arambol is completely packed with travellers especially Russians and is apparently home to many long stay 'alternative' westerners. I get a beach hut with a view of the sea. The first evening has an incredible sunset. In the mornings I run along the sand. On the second day whilst running, I come across a group of people in a circle crouching and roaring like lions or animals. I have no idea what they were trying to do however it makes me laugh. There's ...