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... not speak any English, and that they would have to translate. As a matter of fact, she did speak English, and understand it, but she was as shy as a snail. We spent the afternoon with her, talking about school, her plans after she finishes grade twelve in April, and the differences between our cultures. Her mother quietly observed and prepared a special indian dish for us, and made it extra spicy so everyone could watch me eat it and laugh. Our time was limited ...
... or seen a sign you missed. Apparently we asked the wrong guy because we ended up getting off at one station to late..we still claim our stop never happened:) Since we now were about 45 minutes north of Palolem and it was about 5:30 in the morning we were seriously contemplating not going back. But we ended up changing our mind and took a taxi there, and I am so glad we did! Palolem is an amazing little ocean village with palm trees along the beach and little beach huts where you ...
... 8221;. This dog is the worst of them all because of the stupid eye. Despite Eric's hating, the dogs really are not annoying, and they don't beg for food either, they just are social dogs that want to play. In fact, one thought that my beach yoga was play time for him and insisted on laying on top of my towel mid-pose.
On a Saturday, in the middle of our stay, when the beach was crowded ...
... than life head chef talked us through beef wraps and lamp chops and we just sat there and nodded vigorously . After our joyful experience of 'Fanta Sea' we needed this. The food was wicked and I don't know wether it was the very strong mojhito or tequila infused beef but we all ended up rolling around laughing and it was the best meal of the trip so far. Fuelled by food we went back to the tents, donned beaters and from the ...
... swimming on he open sun in 35 degree heat. All I wanted to do by this point was find some shade and Cafe Coffee Day was the perfect place for a nice cold refreshing drink. A quick dip in the resort pool to refresh our skin and we headed back down to the beach for a beautiful Goan sunset. We took some very creative photos as the sun was setting and before we knew it the sun disappeared beneath the horizon. We strolled back to the Main Street and Nelson got a haircut at a ...