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... bitten to death by Mosquitos, they burn coconut shells to give of a burning smell and loads of smoke which is their version of 'deet' well it didn't work for us! The dog really really doesn't like Scott every time we walk into the hotel grounds he barks at him and stands right up against his knees barking, it's quite scary to be honest! The taxi was about 2 hours with traffic, £15 between us which is pretty good. The taxi man, Kapul had woken up at ...
... into the first carriage just as it was leaving. Unfortunately we ended up in the cooking carriage, sweated the whole way and got off at the next stop stinking of garlic and onions. We decided to spend a day in Panjim first before heading to the beach as it sounded fairly interesting. It turned out it wasn't really but ok to spend one day. We walked to a massive white church on a small hill and saw countless churches everywhere else. Apparently the majority of Goans are catholic due ...
... of confinement. This type of confinement includes staying in a completely black room (with one small hole for air) for the entirety of your sentence. The prisoners never ever leave, but do receive good health care and food. Once we had finished walking above the prison, which was quite precarious in places, we were driven (again by our loyal driver) to the capital city of Goa, Panjim. The city is a lot different to the place we have been staying; there ...
Great start and surprise for the trip was flying with an A380 to Dubai and Bangkok. Yes, start to be jealous cause it was awesome! Could see the plane take of on my screen, leg space en mass, lamb byriani for lunch...we even had wifi on board. Loved it. 36 hours and 4 airports later, finally arrived at my first destination: Goa. Dead tired, I was happy to see my friend Dhan pick me up at the airport in the monsoon rain. At least here the rain is warm but it can go on for ...
... destinations. It has also meant that some beaches we have had to stay covered up. It's not unusal for women to swim wearing their saris.
Goa was a great end to the India tour. Spending time road tripping with the others has been a great way to see more of Goa, visit various beaches and of course watch the sunset on a different beach each night. I said goodbye to them and caught a flight to Mumbai for my final ...