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... bike, or longer if exploring takes the mood. I’m calling this place the Spain of India now, given that pretty much all of the Indian influence has drained out of the place, thanks to the deluge of tourists. Although, that said, if you take the back roads, escape the maddening crowds, the back roads still offer a glimpse of rural Indian life with colourful markets, fruit and flower sellers crouched on the floor and raggedly, happy children playing with sticks and tyres.
... earth. We cant work out the season properly as its just after the monsoon, but everything looks so dry already as the heat is baking, but the full force of summer has not hit yet as the nights are cool enough to wrap yourself in a blanket whilst you sleep, the best of both I guess.
One morning I was awake early and went to the beach to take pictures of the sunrise cast its glow across the sky, a 70 year old woman was jogging up the beach, she stopped in front of ...
We were quite sad at this point as this would be our last stop in Goa, but at the same time excited to move on. We stayed in cheap accommodation on a hillside, with a pool, however the day we got there the pool was out of order ! I was pretty gutted but the room was satisfactory so we were happy. Palolem is definitely one of the nicer beach spots we have been to, with no piles of rubbish everywhere, we were a good 30 minute walk away from the beach so walked to the beach ...
... and dirty accommodation). Luckily we have two more weeks of beach holiday planned. Hooray.
Closer to sunset we met up with the other couple and walked north towards the second peninsula. Our plan was to cross the shallow gap between the tip of promontory and a large island. I had seen a couple of tourists standing on the furthest reach of the island and vowed to conquer the same challenge.
The adventure began at the end of the beach where a ...
... asked to autograph someone's hat; as well as some of the yummiest chapaties and spicy curries! Touch wood so far we have all remained fit and healthy (apart from a sore throat/ cold we've passed around between us) and I think I will return from India with a couple of extra kilos on me!
About 5 days ago as a team we decided not to race down to the finish line and actually stop and see the sights along the way. In small print in the contract we don't actually have to return ...