Hotel Dona Terezinha
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... sauce. Jahangir never reached an agreeable price for the guava - women drive the hardest of bargains in India - but we picked up the most valuable word in our vocabulary since. We now ask for our food to be Hindustani spicy and goods to be given at a Hindustani pricey.
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A few of the scams were caught in action in the clip below:
... not a tourist and get out and enjoy!
The beach is one of the highlights of this area as are the streets lined with shops and stalls selling anything you can imagine. We took a stroll down to the beach and enjoyed the scenes and the sunset. At sunset it is always time for a sun-downer, and so we went in search. Most of the places had tables and chairs on the beach, but we were hoping to find one that had a bit more terra firma under it. Success was ours, ...
... and disoriented when arriving not knowing the protocols. A woman walked past a line up of us all and went up to the Shala without noticing the Que. I think she was still asleep. We all just watched and remarked with interest. To my good fortune today my electrical plug was not working in my room so I was able to spend an hour or so chatting with Mabel and her dad Paul for some time while charging my iPad on the veranda. So many questions both ways. Mabel speaks very ...
... how beautiful the birds are, how fascinating the trees are and how great the weather is. Just being out there on the scooter going around made us feel this incredible sense of freedom and a hope. We felt nature and India as a whole entity to guide us.
We were pretty exhausted but we had to try and sort out a house to rent for Adnane, and a guest house for a week for us until we figure out what's next.The little project of ours in evidently made us ride around in ...
... we ran out of land we were beckoned in to the Blue Whale by a lady who was clearly sat by the side of the road to attract any passing punters. I would think that we were probably the first potential punters to have walked that road for days. But we'd found it! And it's stunning! A beach bar built of proper bamboo, fronds etc. Not the Spanish type that would be made out ...