Hotel Beacon Court
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... Some have been shocking, some funny, some slightly scary but overall, fascinating. I would definitely like to head back to Mumbai, and would like to see what the South of Goa and the South of India has to offer, but I don't envisage heading back to North India and North Goa again. No regrets, though.
I hope you've all enjoyed India, too. Here's to Sri Lanka...
Until we meet again, gang, and one more step along the world I go.
It was a chilly winter morning in the month of January; I was as usual late and was literally running towards my platform. Somehow I managed to get onto my platform exactly at the departure time but soon I realized that it was too early as Indian rails are never on time. Well, me and two of my friends get onto our block and were searching for our berths.
This was my first train journey, that too in sleeper class; so the prevailing ...
... and it's a lovely beach with a fort at one end. David has been swimming already!
The little town itself is called Candolim Beach and is full of small shops selling trashy stuff and cheap clothes. We are just enjoying relaxing and not being on the move.
Unfortunately wifi access has not been great in India, so ...
... most heavenly ravioli we have ever tasted in our lives (it melted like butter in our mouths, and we ended up taking Jade and Yilmaz here too!) nothing that exciting happened in Goa. However we do have a little story to share with you. This isn't the most pleasant story, so be warned. However everything turned out alright and we learnt a valuable lesson! So here it goes... After nearly six weeks of travel without any hint of sickness, the events of the ...
... to our thngs if someone got to close he would growl at them. He even came in the water with us at times for a play. When we got back to the hotel we tested his skills and learned that he knew how to sit and do paw. For a dog that could roam anywhere he was so well trained, even when we would go into a shop he would wait outside for us until we came out. In the evening we went back to the ...
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