Dona Sa Maria
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This is a day that we have been looking forward to. A day off !! Nothing planned we take the day as it unfolds. Narelle and I are still somewhat off colour. Later in the day, I bite the bullet and go off to seek some medication. Chemists here diagnose symptoms and then prescribe. This achieved from just being asked a few questions. A few sets of tablets gained for approximately ...
... forgotten was to take a pair of socks in our pockets because you have to walk a long way in the open and it's not that clean. Inside it was all blue and white with a large silver screen in front of the holy of holies. We didn't stay long and were whisked away before we could be snaffled by one of the local guides. Then we drove to Old Goa. Established in the 15th century, it was conquered by the Portuguese before 1510 and it grew enormously and from the 16th to ...
... drink and fireworks. The starters were saved to the tables while a buffet was set up for the main course. A dance floor, with multicoloured tiles lit from below, had been set up and a good local musician entertained the party with a mix of local songs and rather old fashioned western pop music. Nobody was taking the plunge and starting the dancing so Mike and our friend Anita broke the logjam and initially did a little entertainment for the party until others were encouraged to join ...
... come (including us). After drinks, including a sample of the delicious local rum called Old Monk, we headed to the River View restaurant for some food. We ordered a mixture of meat and vegetarian curries and most exciting of all, a huge tandoori seabass. Returned back for a muggy and somewhat restless night. Decided to forgo the noisy air conditioning and just use the ceiling fan. Woke after two hours of sleep and sat chatting for a while. Then returned to sleep for a satisfying 7 ...
... which I will be lucky to finish before I leave.
The main heat starts to subside around four-ish and we head back to the beach bar to get more drinks and watch the sunset. It's happy hour and pretty busy. This evening there are quite a few boats in the little bay...looks like they are laying fishing nets. Gradually we are working our way through the menu...Ian chooses an Indian dum aloo with rice whilst I go for hunters chicken with rosemary roast potatoes. A lazy but restful ...