Dona Alcina Resort
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... buffet spread for our last night here & the entertainment was a guy on a keyboard singing a range of background music. Some people leaving tonight, flight due out at 02.00am but seems delayed maybe 8:hours! Unlucky to get 1 delay but they had a 24 hour delay coming out, really bad luck. We should be alright; we are not flying Thomas ...
... 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.
... s expense, you see. I couldn't find any petrol station in the area but eventually found a place where I could get some fuel in bottles from. With my tank full I felt confident and ready for exploring. I felt like going somewhere distant. There was that town called Panjim, south of Candolim (where I was staying), which had been recommended by other tourists and by Google as a place where you can admire old Portuguese churches. What caught my attention, however was the fact ...
... and you have to convince them you can handle it and won't complain (in Nat's case anyway, Izzy isn't quite up to the tolerance level of the Indians!). We got an early night as we'd booked a taxi for half six to get us to the nearest biggest train station for a train to Hampi. The train goes from Madagaon or Margao which is the same town but Indians have a habit of renaming towns and then not committing to it so it gets confusing as there seems to be 2 names for a lot of ...
... to question if it was bloody worth it. It levelled out and we could here the sea and some trance music and figured we were close. 9pm we finally arrived, we started to worry when we didn't see them, what if they got here waited an hour and left? We ordered drinks and agreed that they wouldn't let us down. We should have known, Indian time! They strolled in at 9:20pm having only just arrived, brilliant. Dinner was great, the absence of those that had ...