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... it’s sometimes the little things like that, and tastes from
home which make all the difference sometimes After a fair while of curry for
breakfast we just felt like a little bit of home, and maybe it’s a kid thing,
because our Mum’s used to give us Marmite on toast when we were both young and
got ill. Anyway, Marmite aside, the food here has been great and our bodies are
getting lots of vitamins to keep them healthy. Despite the good ...
... felt confident to leave us to go to bed, we were so lucky to have them looking after us! Once back in our little hut the storm of all storms erupted outside. We climbed into bed glad that our ordeal was over, sadly we were wrong and a few rumbles and cramps later Cara was dashing to our little toilet swaying away in the sky. We'll spare you the graphic details but it was pretty horrific. To add to the poor girls misfortune, the storm outside was in ...
... it was a small town and not much to do. We chilled back at our guesthouse for a while where I caught up on my blog before heading out for dinner.
The next morning we caught the bus to Mapusa to connect to a bus to Anjuna beach. We arrived and it was a ghost town. The sea was also most of the way in and mostly rock. We found a little place called Guru bar where we had the Goan specialty Kingfish curry and rice. It was so good, loads of flavour and not the oil and the heat of ...
... a bit of rain is going to put us off (spoiler alert: the monsoon is not just a 'bit of rain'). Even so, we were surprised to discover upon arriving at our beautiful southern beach Palolem, that off-season also meant completely dismantled. Only a few bamboo establishments remained to battle through the ************. We found some colourful bungalows with a pretty candlelit restaurant on the beach, however, and settled in happily for a very enjoyable, private, (and luckily sunny!) ...
... whole new meaning in my eyes! Oh the nan breads here in Palolem....to die for!!! The food here in India is really really good and tasty! Just need to stay away from peeled fruits and salads..I think that's what caused the food poisoning I had in Delhi. Anyway...I feel much better now and let's hope it stays that way. It's been traveling for 6 weeks now and I would really do anything to get a proper steak!!! Schuuuu...don't tell the Indians... They would kill me before a cow I'd ...