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... hard core trance music from about 2pm (quite surreal at first). April is pretty much end of the party season in Goa so was a lot quieter than December to March. This meant we had to taxi a few kilometres to a busier resort to party at night, but on plus side meant the beaches were less crowded; hotels were easy to check into without reservation; and could get into any bars/restaurants without much hassle. Another bonus was our resort was ...
... very old Jesuit missions here similar to California.
We we relaxed on the beach, swam in the unbelievably warm Arabian Sea and got sunburnt. I woke up with several Mosquitos bites and this is a malaria sector. Yikes.
Our hotel has a workout room. I wish I had a camera but Ed was on a treadmill while a lady next to him on a stationary bike was in full Muslim clothing. Only her eyes and ...
... which I will be lucky to finish before I leave.
The main heat starts to subside around four-ish and we head back to the beach bar to get more drinks and watch the sunset. It's happy hour and pretty busy. This evening there are quite a few boats in the little bay...looks like they are laying fishing nets. Gradually we are working our way through the menu...Ian chooses an Indian dum aloo with rice whilst I go for hunters chicken with rosemary roast potatoes. A lazy but restful ...
... band was good, but the rest of my family (cough, Kathryn and Mark, cough) were not in a dancing mood, and wanted to go to bed shortly after 10 :( How many times can you dance the night away in Goa??
Anyways, on Christmas day, we had a half day tour around the area. We headed to Old Goa, where we saw the Church of St. Francis Assisi, and the Bom JÚsus Basilica. I guess there is a passage way from the churches to the river front, so that during the time of battle between the ...
... After going to school and university though, this man believes following his own path is his right and has won his parents back with his wife. We stumbled home just before midnight after strolling across the beach and through what seemed like a wildlife sanctuary. After we got in bed to sleep we realised this weird synth organ playing with the sound of drums over it. Never mind, I passed straight out and was done for the ...
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