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... day there soaking up the sun and playing in the sea. Our bike ride back was very interesting as we some how managed to get lost, we asked a few people for directions and managed to get back eventually but a completely different way. Later in the evening we met back up with Ryan and Ami and went to the burger factory and for drinks, before saying our goodbyes again as we are leaving tomorrow for ...
... on the river. This was opposite the fishing boat wharf & lunch was very nice sitting on the rivers edge.
Then we caught a taxi back to the resort. Had enough on walking.
Slow afternoon with a swim in the pool & a sleep.
Dinner again at the ...
... owned by a friendly and helpful Jeffrey who allowed us to knock money off if we didn't want the complimentary breakfast along with more money off if we stayed more than one night. So we got a good deal on a nice room - the nearest room to a hotel room we've had in a while and definitely the comfiest bed we've had in India, plus the first time we've indulged in air conditioning since it's got hot enough to need it. The rest of the afternoon and evening was ...
On Wednesday A few of us took a two hour bum numbing bus journey to Anjuna which is about 2 hours up the coast. They have a flea market every week which was originally started by the hippies in the 60's and 70's. It is a huge market but very few of the hippies remain and it is mostly the same stalls selling the same **** that is available in the main street at Benaulim. But still had fun as the tourists were more entertaining and fun to ...
... arrived in Pushka, the most religious town in India. It's much quieter and much more relaxed than any of the other places we have been. There are no tuk tuks, no cars racing through the streets sounding their horns, it is bliss! We explored the town and the famous temple and then we went to the religious lake and had a Hindi blessing. In the evening we went to a local place for dinner while watching an Indian movie, Delhi Belly! The following morning a few of us woke up at 5 am to ...