Colva Beach Resort
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... our vodka) for a cards session on the balcony. Sorry everyone back home in the chill, but sitting in the warmth with nibbles, cards and lunatic DaveO is rather pleasant!
£5 for an all you can eat buffet at our hotel was our dinner option, of course we went for it! We had a lovely seat outside overlooking the pool under candle light - no we weren't romancing! It was great, a full selection of various Indian food options, delicious. A few more cards and we were ...
... the deserts of Rajasthan maybe, or the famous Ajanta Caves? More like the Himalayas. In Europe, Israel, and Tanzania, I was constantly surrounded by mountains or gaping valleys.
I was originally not supposed to head to the Himalayas until March 5th, but I decided to take a leap of faith, and I'm feeling good about it :).
INSIDE MY HEAD
Well, nothing has been the same since I've arrived in India. Something has been missing, a sense of adventure ...
... Martyn and Shelly.
* Additional Note that i had to share with you all...... We already know that Shelly is a very lucky girl because she is travelling with me but in less that 1 week Shelly has been the victim of bird droppings (2 head shots and 1 on the shoulder/ leg!) this is supposed to be good luck yeah? Before allowing Shelly to clean herself up i took the photo's! One is added in this album, the others are added in another! Hahahaha.
... Surprisingly we only lost a bottled water and pair of sunglasses. All the flip-flops were accounted for. I would have been ****** if I lost my Rainbows. Coming back in to shore after about 45 mins of paddling around was also an adventure, as riding in a wave to the shore once again flipped us over as Indians stood by and laughed. This time though I clung to all flip-flops to avoid any shoe loss. I ...
... but his credit card was left at the hotel and we couldn't leave to go and get it. Thankfully the driver for the hotel was on his way to drop it off. A porter guided us out to Spice Jet counter to organise another flight. This took time as EVERY credit card we used kept declining. This couldn't be happening we knew we had funds in there. Finally it was 'approved' and we had a new ticket to Goa and only had to wait another 2 and a half hours. Our next drama we knew would be ...