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... of Portuguese official stamps). There was a room on the freedom struggle of Goa, which provided a very interesting account of the Goan's battle with Portugal in the 1950s for freedom, as well as a history of the religious persecution the Hindus suffered through the 1600s and beyond. There was a Christian art room, a cultural anthropology room (which would have been interesting but nothing was signposted, so we had to guess what the objects were!) On the way ...
... It's just a strange haze over everything from the pollution. It effects the sunsets as well. The sun itself just sets and doesn't permiate the sky with any colors at all, just grey. It was hard to capture in a photo but interesting to watch.
I start my journey home tomorrow and will arrive back in DC the morning of the 12th. So excited! Already have dinner plans with my book club that night :)
... the night before. It just wasn't as good. Later on we got our bags and took the local bus to Hospet. From the bus station we walked to the hotel from which the night bus to Gokarna went from, however we missed the rough guides recommended udipi restaurant and had a rubbish meal in the hotel restaurant. It was ghee rice with vegetables. The night bus was not great, I didn't sleep much and it arrived at another stop at about ...
... was that the idea!? Palolem is a little behind on great electricity lines here still, what Scott refers to as it being a bit like the third world country, electricity wise. As every now again our electricity in the room goes off, every time it goes off Scott is in the shower so he can't see a thing, Haha! There are so many lights and bars on Palolem beach, then all of a sudden the whole of Palolem is left in complete darkness. This happened to us whilst we were eating and by ...
... been banned for a week as the election parties use it to bribe people for votes. Amongst the locals was a lovely lady called Rosa, who was originally from Newcastle but now lived in Goa for most of the year. Our Rough Guide (book) promised big things for Goa and our experiences didn't really live up to these expectations. However Goa is a big place with hundreds of beaches so we didn't see much of ...