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... The Great
Grover Wine Festival which I had seen advertised on huge billboards. True to
Indian nature, it was advertising for nothing and the event was totally
disappointing: one or two stalls, an oversized stage set-up and price of wine
was on top of the ten pound entrance fee! Given that the event was held in some
bizarre modern, ‘urban living experience’, an attempt at creating a western
suburb in Bangalore. Not many people were attending ...
... all about eat, drink and be merry. A typical meal for 2 and a large beer is about $8. Carole I tried their Indian Italian wine, I'm glad we only bought 1 glass for me to try. It was watered down grape juice. Everyday there is a new cuisine to explore, new beach area to swim and relax and have fun.
We are on the Arabian Sea, it's a sandy beach with ...
... 8217;t forget to do it with a smile xxx
So what are you learning Scott, I hear you ask. Well, massage of course! Haha ok here’s the nitty gritty. The massage is on the floor/mattress and not on a massage table which is what im used to. This is going to be really useful because I can’t fit my table in Sue, so I’ll be able to give massages anywhere & everywhere, all I’ll need is oil & the magic powder. As usual, we started working on the ...
... which could only be reached by walking along the beach, was easy to find. but not quite as welcoming as we'd have hoped. They were less than happy we'd left the airport without the driver they had arranged for us, demanding we still pay his toll in full, which by our budget was a fair old whack! We argued for what felt like forever as i demanded it wasn't our fault and he hadn't been where we agreed! In the end we had ...
... horse ****. But we took our minor victory and returned to simmering gently for the remainder of the trip. Being deliberately lied to by our fellow passengers hurt us a lot. We had become trusting and in Goa that trust was betrayed.
Anyway. The bus dropped its pouting occupants a short walk from Palolem beach. It was a lot busier than we had been led to expect. A few guest-houses and restaurants were closed in preparation for ...