Hotel Dona Terezinha
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... the far side of the carriage, standing around as others got settled at a tortoise pace.
Did a bit of culling as the train left after 0700 but my pillow beckoned. Pulled the curtain so R2D2 could not be voyeurs. Rested for an hour before continued culling and diary time. The other B Teamers are sleeping at 0925.
In part due to having been to Goa before, I am already counting down the hours to getting home [less than ninety by my count]. I will probably ...
Waiting at the airport in Delhi, for my flight to TO, via Brussels. It's gonna be a long wait! I spent my remaining days, in India, visiting several beaches and the beach town of Calangute. On my last day, I hired a driver who took me to several beaches in south Goa. These beaches have long stretches of white sand & the water is bathwater warm! I lazed about in the ...
... even worse than we thought. The guy had his face almost open in 2 but I could see that he was still breathing but losing a lot of blood every second. I really wanted to help him but I didn’t have a clue what to do and plus you always hear that you shouldn’t move an injured person because it could even make things worse, so at least we asked a girl that arrived a few seconds later to quickly call an ambulance.
To make things even worse, within a few seconds a ...
... as they are quite aggressive so I bite the head off of the young driver who's got his hand on our ticket. He then calms down and we do it my way. The government will take 80% of this revenue by the way, but it stops the problem of tourists being ripped off by the taxi drivers who have been known to demand excessive amounts and can be threatening.
Once we're on the move, it's the same old ...
... on the beach to get the blood flowing. There’s a fishing fleet that launches off the beach each day – here’s one of the 30 odd boats.
…and here’s (would you believe?) an Indian sandcastle – architecture in this country is a worry!
This is our little group (looks like a school class photo, eh?)
We were all going ...