Club Mahindra Ashtamudi
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... the window. I couldn't really see the guy properly so I sent David out with his camera. It seems India also have a resident gecko man!
This morning was the first round of our badminton tournament. We were playing for £100 for our tally sheet, the trouble is that David is so much faster than me, especially in my current state of idleness. My only hope was that he had a really bad game and I had a really good one. It was already 28 degrees outside ...
... fishing nets made from bamboo and other materials but none of them were being used at the time. They are fascinating structures and have these huge nets hanging over the water which have heavy stones on long ropes at one end that counter balance the fish. It takes quite a few very strong men to be able to pull the stones down and lift the net out of the water to bring in the catch. They are a very popular form of fixed fishing here.
We arriived ...
... buying stuff. Token sexist comment done.
I honestly can't remember if we did anything interesting for the rest of the day. At this point they had all rolled into one long lazy afternoon. The less we did the less we wanted to do. I can easily imagine a week turning into a month here. A couple of guys had brought along a fast paced card game called Jungle Speed. It involved having to grab a wooden token the moment a card ...
Chilled day but the sun wasn't shining (still hot though!). We started off I'm the coffee house next to Jicky's on the cliffs. I had my first peppermint tea here which was nice. Rosa came and met us after we bumped into Nate (from Palolem) earlier. He had arrived at 6am and was waiting to check in. At about 2 we headed to the beach for a spot of reading and tanning. We stayed there until about 4 when neither of us could survive our hunger. We headed up the cliff ...
... is breathtakingly beautiful, not at all lessened by the fact that every night you look out at the sparkling horizon of what appears to be a small city, maybe about as broad as, say, Regina from a distance on a warm summer night, except you know for a fact that there is no land mass from here to the coast of Africa, so you shake your head in disbelief when you realize that that city of lights is all the local fishing boats at work. Unbelievably beautiful.