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... and generally much laughter was had. Lemon
sister one to my left offered me a banana lassi from a man carrying around
trays of them and lemons sister two took on the role of Dj whilst sitting
increasingly closer to me. Laughter was had over the subject of marriage, and
various other sisters were introduced….Shoppers would stop and exchange a few
words and a young boy was summoned to act as a translator.
In the evening I went to a buffet
fundraiser with ...
... though, well worth the walk up the slight incline in the blazing, sweaty Indian heat.
Aaaaanyway, that was about all I could handle today. With my phone still flashing up occasional "call rejected" messages we headed back to Panjim for an early night because we're rock and roll like that, but not before Tarrant was introduced to the joy that is idli sambhar. See, this is the problem with India. It's the ...
... we’ve got a couple of days left in Goa, and on the
6th we move onto Auroville, via Bangalore and then Chennai, which we
will get to see briefly. From the 7th – 17th we will be
immersing ourselves in the Auroville community, before leaving India on the 17th
for Cambodia, to give a big hug to Adam and Becs. We had previously arranged to
move back into the arty atmosphere of Atman where we ...
... to the Arabian Sea in the afternoon, hopefully catching the sunset too. The resort [several blocks from the beach] is isolated so the B Team will likely spend some time in Goa proper manana. Have to get another $50 US changed and repack the bags for flights. Hope you have emailed, Daniel, about a Zurich hot chocolate on Thursday en route back.
At Hubli, Lucas went out to get some somosas; made three of them disappear. A spot of java  hit the spot too. There ...
... beach next to a cow. Also, dogs love barking at and chasing cows. There are A LOT of Russians in North Goa (rumour has it a sort of mafia is taking over...). So much so almost every menu is translated into Russian, some Indians speak Russian and the live music at bars is in Russian. Arambol is still pretty hippy. We saw drum circles (with terrible 'free spirited' dancing), hula hoopers, stilt walkers, poi on fire and a beach market made up of settled hippy Westerners turning ...