Dona Alcina Resort
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... is no Angkor Wat or Pompeii but Hampi is something very unique and special and the ruins are very varied and amalgamate to really paint a picture of what the city would have been like in its hay day. I had the great pleasure of blessing the roads with my presence as a driver of a tuk tuk for about 10 minutes between sites as well! They are surprisingly not that easy to drive when you factor in changing gears, avoiding vehicles that drive where they like avoiding people, ...
... an orphanage where parents drop their children off in often poor because they cannot feed them. My sisters- in- law each with qualities that I admire. All of the teachers who give their hearts, skills and dedication to support students learning. All of the students who keep showing up. People who endure great suffering and yet go to work, take care of families and find ways to give back to the world. Give thanks to those in your life that inspire you. Namaste ...
... to motorbike around the region to see what it had on offer. We stayed in a beautiful, lovely guesthouse with beach front views. It was truly relaxing and we just did nothing much which was just what we wanted. We had a cooking course booked for the next day as Goan food is known for its seafood and fiery dishes - a big change from Northern Indian food. We took an exorbitant taxi to get to the cooking course and paid a lot for the course but we learnt a lot. Unfortunately this course ...
... freedom and most of all hope all over mixed in with absolutely gorgeous surroundings and great atmosphere. One of my favorite days there amongst many, was when my friend first showed us the sweet lake, which is partially on the beach in the sand, and partially at the base of a beautiful little jungle hill complete with intense greenery. I was already amazed by the lake but little did I know that ...
We have stayed at a fair few beaches in Goa now. From Ajuna we went to Arambol beach for 2 nights and stayed in another lovely beach hut. Then we headed slightly further south to Candolim beach for 2 nights where we met Vicky and Leanne. Candolim was a very touristy, holiday maker town. The main street of shops and restaurants looked like any European holiday strip. I booked some gifts to send home for mum ...