Hidden Valley Club And Resort
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... to the end, just to see what was up there. I'd heard there was a river but that was it. Along the way, I walked past small fishing villages where the locals were bringing in the days catch and untangling their nets. I stopped a couple times to help them bring in their boats from the sea which they did by pushing it over several wooden rollers (ok, pieces of palm tree) for a few meters before gathering the ones the boat and already passed over and laying ...
... defenses and now they're ruined. Ruined I tell you. I'm going to have to start being n... n... nice to people again. The usual animals also call this place home. Cows like to relax on the beach with a good book, albeit by stuffing the book into their gobs. Dogs generally belong to one guest house or another and will curl up under your chair whilst you eat or chat and ...
... whilst repeating something along the lines of '...I've got to get out of this room.' Fair enough really, so I gave up soon after and joined him at a table in our guest-house restaurant.
With a peaceful view of Om beach in front of us we had a leisurely morning which consisted of catching up on our writing over bitter coffee. It was nice... until Akshay decided to join us. This Indian gentlemen barged over to our table with ...
... in when the sun got too hot, I needed something to eat or drink or the sun set.
Leaving was a bit of a hassle. My bike, as much as I loved it through the days, had some form of short wire that no one could locate that meant in the morning, every morning, my battery was flat. Once I managed to get it going the rectifier would charge up the battery as an alternator in a car would, but starting it was often a pain, I'd charged the ...
... was soon interrupted by the presence of a ticket inspector. Our deliberation as the train sat on the platform in Margao had been concluded with the decision that India Rail seem to take a very relaxed attitude to ticket inspections, as evidenced by the fact that we have only been required to produce tickets on roughly a third of the journeys we've taken so far. Indeed, this decision was further reinforced by our recent overnight experience in sleeper class, where ...