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... whilst waiting for the elevator my companion
took a call. Unfortunately we were in a lift by ourselves. As soon as the doors
closed she lunged at me from the other end of the lift and tried to force her
tongue down my throat. Caught rather by surprise I pushed her off – this didn’t
go down well with her!
I kind of get the impression that some of
these ‘more modern’ Indian women expect European men to be very forward and
... meant worshippers which is absolutely fair enough, but it actually means anyone, ever, unless they're incidental to your shot. So you can photograph the interior of the church with all the tourists as long as the main focus is the church, but as soon as a friend poses for a photo that's a no no and security will ask you to stop. I have no idea why.
So I read about Saint Francis Xavier whilst I was visiting the wax museum ...
... sauce, but just amazing! For dinner we ate with some other tourists who were staying here and gave us some good tips on where to go in Rajasthan, they also told us how hot it gets there, so that has helped to make our minds up that we will be going there after the south of India so that we can try and get there when it is cooler (or at least not boiling hot – apparently in May it was 47degrees – no thanks!). Good to get an idea on where to go next ...
... Lanka at about the same time as us. Alternatively, there is always Cleethorpes.
Palolem Beach is shorter and narrower that Agonda and at high tide the sea comes all the way up to the top of the beach. It’s also a bit more lively so it feels like the right place to be. We spend a lot of time laughing at the taxi drivers as they ply for trade as we walk to the beach… 'Taxi’ they call, and we respond ‘To ...
Another slow start to the day. It has been a little relaxing, but we're already planning to move on. Those of you at home are probably going to hate me for this. A veritable tropical paradise and it is too boring and uncomfortable to warrant staying. I don't like beach holidays. The few benefits (swimming in the ocean and.... uh...) are heavily outweighed by the constant battle against the negatives (sand in your crack, sunburn vs. ...