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Goa is the most touristic state and probably the smallest in India. It is the ideal place if you are looking for beaches and partying. Apart from its beaches, Goa is famous for its hippy markets and festivals trance. It is very normal to sleep in a cabin on top of a palm tree in front of the beach. People normally rent a bike to tour the state.
... on it Steve Irwin style and waved it around. He reckons the only snake he wouldn't attempt to molest would be the king cobra because they're proper ******* badass and if you get bitten by one you're pretty much going to die.
So we made our way down the river, jumping from heights of up to 8 metres, wading and rappelling. There was a slide where he got us to go down in twos in the 69 position for no other discernible reason other than his own ...
... in the17th century. We visited both churches and could see others in the surrounding area. I asked why there were so many and our guide told us that each of the orders of the church built their own churches. We spent quite a bit of time in these churches, so we only had time for a drive-by of the Hindu temple and the third Catholic church before heading to the Goa airport for our flight to Delhi.
The guide dropped us off at the airport -- only ...
Walking along the beach at 6.30am was lovely, really quiet bar the odd drunk still going from the night before, particularly liked the Indian tourist who was still wrecked and being followed by 5 dogs and just kept smiling and saying "Hey man, check out my dogs!", very happy chappy!
This morning we are going on a sunrise boat ride with 2 other couples, one French/Polish and one Danish who were all lovely. We headed out on the boat around the corner ...
... down swampy backwaters and you just glide along all day watching the beautiful nature unfold all around you, with your private chef, your music playing and a comfy bed to sleep in at the end of the night, sounds right up our street! Bec and Kylie are leaving Goa in a few days and therefore we decided to split the high cost of the boat hire between us, so we’re heading off on the 19th Nov to take the 18 hour train to Kerela (local class this ...