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After another day of swimming in the lagoon and chilling we all decided to take a taxi to a larger beach resort for some evening fun. We also needed some contact with the outside world and of course the Internet! We make it back out through the dirt track road and after 30 minutes find ourselves in Palolem. Still a quiet resort compared to North Goa but a lovely long sandy beach dotted ...
The boat trip was lovely, very relaxing and Lewis took some beautiful photos. The boat man was wearing a t-shirt saying "God made grass, man made beer, who do you trust?" Strange, i guess he was trying to say that it's natural to smoke weed and not natural to drink, yet drinking is legal and smoking isn't? ...anyway...we had a lovely time.
... doesn't seem to be any rules for cleanliness. The beaches are full of trash. And the crowds on the beach do indeed beat that of the Jersey Shore.
The hippie scene of Goa has transformed into this odd Cave man/woman culture. Piercings, archaic tattoos, torn clothing of faux skins, scrappy leather adornments and dreaded hair describe this white young breed. The majority of the stores at the Saturday night market catered to and were owned by ...
... we passed on the way were quiet and resembled the colonial times with beautiful big wooden houses with tall windows and narrow balconies all around. Also on the way we crossed a river in some small rusty boat that carried passengers and motorbikes. Once on Mabor beach, and after a great relaxing meal, we decided to head back to Palolem and to our great primitive hut by the sea.
The 5 days we spent in Palolem were of pure relaxation, discovering on each ...
Day 36 ;
I got taken clean out by a huge wave, Phil was a little confused about where I had gone, one minute i was standing the next I was a wave! quite funny, I popped my head up to see a confused looking Phil telling me he was just about to dive in and find me! he he he.
We then continued to do more body surfing, ...