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Well finally our stay here in Goa is over. We have had a great time but really looking forward to hitting the road again After spending a couple of weeks with Brian's cousin David and his partner Jo we stayed on a little while longer before flying up to Mumbai, leaving our bike and belongings at the hotel. We had 3 lovely but very expensive days …
... meaning a missed connection to Mumbai. Fortunately the replacement flight arrived in time for his connection to Goa therefore arriving at the same time but his luggage hadn't been so lucky and was still in Heathrow! (He got it back the following night after lots of phone calls and chasing up). Carl and I were unlucky, both suffering with our stomachs - possibly from dodgy seafood - so we took ...
... The trip back to Goa from Philadelphia was long but fairly uneventful. No rip-offs just lots of hours on planes and in airports. Monday, March 24 - Back together again in Goa John reached our hotel in Dona Paula, Goa, first and immediately slumped into a jet-lagged deep sleep at 8 am. John was rudely awoken by a call from Terrie at 9.30 am who had tried banging on the room door to get let in but was ignored by John who was blissfully unaware in his deep slumber. The day was ...
... looking entirely different. The trip was something of a lesson to us as I do not think we had prepared enough in advance and did not know what we really wanted to see, so when Robert said he would first take us to a spice growing plantation, alarm bells jangled somewhere in the distance but we didn't say anything and we found ourselves in a bit of a tourist trap. Potentially the plantation could have been interesting but from the start we were corralled in a ...
... cold symptoms. We were so thankful that we had chosen Patnam Beach after seeing how different the vibe was at Palolem, wow what a difference. In fact we met a Dutch man at our huts in Patnam Beach who told us that he moved from Palolem to Patnam because he didn’t like the vibe at Palolem, now we knew exactly what he was talking about. We asked around and found out that the nearest pharmacy was a rickshaw ride ...