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... bush (much more pleasant!!) and swiftly got back on the bus as it was freezing!!!! at 9am another bus (coach type this time ) came to pick us up,horaay!!! We went down the most curviest steepest drop on a mountain and this was the closest I have ever come to being carsick bluggh!! so pleased we didn't do this lying down!!! Then we were told everyone off and had to change buses again as the coach could not pass over the border into Goa!! 3 buses and 18 hours later ...
It's 5.30am and I am awoken to the sound of a brass band playing 'Roll out the barrel'. I dash to the window to see what's going on but it's still pitch black and our room is not at the front of the hotel so nothing to see. Ian is still snoring. We are diving again today so we are up, dressed and in reception for 7.45am. Roy, our guesthouse owner, tells me that today is a catholic festival and the band has been patrolling the streets since 4am. I guess we were lucky then. Today ...
... all over the world (well, of which 80% Brit or Aussie) that 2 nights became 4, then 5 and ended up being 7.
For that length of time you might expect a long report but not the case here. The days merged into a pleasurable mess of long lunches at the Anjuna beach followed by sunbathing, swimming, watching sunset, showering before heading out for dinner and then back to the hostel for drinks before heading out to bars and clubs. Doesn't sound too deep but after weeks ...
... what perfect timing! We took the hour long flight to Dabolim airport in Goa and the short taxi ride to Kanu's flat in Panaji- the state capital of Goa. Once at the flat, I caught up on some much needed sleep. From being awake for close to 24 hours I was practically a walking zombie and in no frame of mind to post, but today is a differemt story.
As you all can imagine, I woke up stupidly late. So late in fact that it ...
... enjoy nature: the silence, the birds singing, canoeing the narrow side waters, the rice fields and farmers living their lives. From this very peaceful please me and Steintje moved on to the tea fields of Munnar. Here we hiked along the fields and had a beautfiul view from the top of one of the mountains. The local bazar seemed to be the best place to get local food, Indian style. That sure was the spiciest curry I ever had and even a whole bowl of raitha didn't help my ...