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... a chai. I would like to show you about my culture, how we do things, how we cook. I believe it is not enough to speak of how we do things but to demonstrate it is where real experience happens." At this point he probably senses my reluctance to get on a stranger's scooter and allow him to drive me to god knows where, even though a part of me feels that this is the exact opportunity i could possibly hope for. He continues to assure me: ...
... sun was going down and Maurice thought it a great idea to break an entry into his friends home, who was away so we could see the view from her home!! We were greeted by the guard who asked of he could ring Cynthia first to make sure it was okay!! It was and oh my goodness what a view. talk about paradise! We ooohed and awwwed, took photos and drove back to the school for dinner. Brother stelljes quizzed Clíona about tattooing and life plans and about miriams ...
Today we ventured on what turned out to be a 52km round trip on our trusty moped to Candolim. Surprisingly it was fairly easy to get to without using any kind of sat nab or even a map. People in India are always willing to help and we met a few helpful people who pointed us in the right direction. The country side was beautiful and there were rows upon rows of Palm trees down every road. We ...
... br> Oh dear, another egg breakfast. After that, we went in search of a petrol station but got caught in one of several downpours, and tried to hide under a roadside mango tree- although in retrospect not sure how much it actually helped. We headed for Arambol, a hippy seaside town, compared to glastonbury, but now out of season, it was deserted. There was a reasonable beach with a few beachside cafes open, which came in useful when the heavens, yet again, opened. We worked our way ...
... off we went, having to follow some woman we'd asked for directions as she couldn't explain it very well but was going past there anyway. Despite it being a Sunday it was full of school kids on a school trip. We've noticed a lot of that, and on top of going to school on a Saturday, the poor buggers! It was fun and interesting. Nat, having never been to a science museum was amused and interested in everything. Izzy, having been to the London Science Museum more ...