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Had a few days chilling here in the Portuguese town while I wait for me train down to kochi. Nice and quiet apart from a night on casino boat the deltin royal. All you can eat and drink, chips didn't last long... Was a great night. Nice to have some real whiskies and beers for a change. Just scoffed many cakes at the bakery, will probably grab some more before my 15 hour train ride later ...
Got a great shack right on the beach. Perks off coking low season got it for £5 a night instead of £30. Literally stroll right out to the sea in 20 seconds. Their hosting bbq on the beach tonight so that should be good, last night I skinny dipped in the sea with 3 hot blondes and as we paddled the plankton or some crazy science was creating glowing sparkling **** in the water. Was crazy. Quite happy to chill here for few days before heading further ...
... br> We started riding again. We had to pass through this village whose name I don’t remember, but it was beautiful. Sun was setting , illuminating the rice fields with orangish hue. Wow! Amazing scenery. The village residents were looking at us as if an alien had dropped in. I don’t blame them as our bikes were loaded with saddle bags and we were in a messed up state regarding clothes. But it was a tough ride since the road was not so good. And at ...
A Trip to Gokak and Godachinmalki falls by gama company. we were four friends of Dharwad city working in a different setup, we are crazy for traveling ,we visited Gokak falls in 2011.
Godachinmalki falls is wonderful and nice place for trip loving people.
it was amazing trip, we took bath in the falling water and enjoyed lot in day. it was unforgetable in our ...
... br> Heading out from Wildernest towards Thivim station which is a small railhead in Goa that was teeming with tourists catching a train to Mumbai when we arrived.
A train delay of an hour meant we caught up with some hot phulke, sabzi and chaas at a home eatery closeby. (Which roughly translates into wheat bread, curry and butter-milk). Our destination by train was Kudal - about 50 minutes by train.
We arrived at Kudal ...