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Travel Blogs from Goa
Stayed in today and rested for the day trying to shake off the flu once again a nice breakfast and the staff here are still trying to work out how to get a rating five on the comments card we are hard taskmaster but they are doing an excellent job. Went down the ...
... on the river. This was opposite the fishing boat wharf & lunch was very nice sitting on the rivers edge. Then we caught a taxi back to the resort. Had enough on walking. Slow afternoon with a swim in the pool & a sleep. Dinner again at the ...
It was hot and humid and lush and music was playing and it felt like a party.
We woke and got ready to go ashore, no plans, but went to breakfast and met a couple of ladies. A mom and daughter, Sue and Dawn asked us if we'd be interested in joining their group of people. We did and it was a great day!
When we got off the ship, the music was filling the air and one of the Indian men from the ship, a younger man born in Scotland, but of ...
... before, the beach is less than a 5 minute walk away through a couple of streets lined with spice stalls and fabric shops. It was what I pictured when I thought about being in India. As well as this, cows roam around as though they own the place! They lie in the road, on the beach and even in the middle of restaurants. It's scary how there is more care taken if a driver meets a cow on the road than a pedestrian!
Palolem Beach is ...
Hey everyone! I have been hanging out a bit under the radar as far as e-mails go
lately. Mainly because in many ways I feel as if I have settled into
India, and reporting my experience almost seems mundane. Of course there
have been the exciting highlights- like attending an Indian wedding
ceremony (a long, beautiful, and traditonal practice where the bride and
groom fast all day while doing a variety of spiritual chantings and