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... side when you get on the sands. Now there was wall to wall sun beds with maybe 20 shacks all next to each other with only a foot or two between the beds . mainly covered in very large Russians. After getting into our room we went down to the beach for lunch but ended up walking for ages up to the Holiday Inn which has half a dozen shacks in front of it. We almost got flattened by a swarm of little birds flying in a ...
... carved temples everywhere. It's definitely one of the best landscapes I've ever seen and right up there with Rome. The village of Anegundi across the river and 4km by bike was worth the bike ride to get there, one of the most unspoilt villages I've seen....with no German bakeries and juice bars at all. The lunch place I went to had no menus, just what they gave you...dal, rice and vegetables :)
As you move south, I've noticed it gets cleaner, the people get more dark ...
... to stop. My phone was on my side and found a signal. Very weak, but still. I phoned my local contact, informed him that I was waiting at the suggested place and eventually Mr Alex Pinto collected me on his moped. We had a very nice chat, he showed me the room, very specious and clean. Downside: no wi-fi, no mobile reception! After taking a wonderful cold shower I was ready to comply with my stomach's food demands. I walked back on the main road and started to search for an ...
Day 15 Goa Another tough day of sunbathing and reading! Mick was very good and got up early to go for a run. We did also manage a short stroll to the village too. Met a lovely shop keeper called Leela. She had very good English and described a lot about her life (which had the desired effect of winning us over!) But we did believe her. She was married off at age 14 and had her first child at 15. She now has 4 children at age 25. Three girls and a boy. When she had ...
... the monsoon explains some of
the appearance, but I wasn’t expecting the amount of litter and black sand
patches that there were. So we decided
we’d check out our original coastal choice of Arambol while we’re here but
actually remain in Anjuna for the first stop of three whole nights!! Yay!! That
night we had a fun night out with our new pals.
Did a shot of the local cashew nut spirit called Fenni (like ...