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Travel Blogs from Colva
... and coming back with a man steering and dangling from the cords.
The sunset was a beauty, a huge bulbous ball of sunnyness! The minute the sun popped under the horizon the lifeguards started tooting like crazy on their whistles, ushering everyone out of the water. It was ridiculous, it was still bright and the people were having such a jolly time. They all got out though and didn't even complain.
On our way back to the hotel we bought some tonic (to ...
... this looked quite impressive and led to a shack. We didn't go to the shack, instead we turned round and headed back down the beach, but I definitely wanted to go to the shack and cross that bridge at some point when we were here.
We didn't make it back all the way to our shack, instead we stopped for a few cold drinks in a shack called Cafe Del Mar, it wasn't quite as good as the famous Cafe Del Mar in Ibiza but even so it had some decent music playing ...
... come HERE, instead of somewhere like Thailand or Malaysia, or anywhere with a beach worthy of attention.
Sitting in the lobby, cooled to a Russian standard of seventeen degrees (WHAT?? SO COLD), I was less than satisfied with Goa, except for my bed of course. An indomitable urge to make a drastic change in my plans came about, and I knew I was ready to book a flight. I did not want to dive into another city endowed with poverty and garbage; I wanted some ...
Well, we survived our first Indian train experience! 8 hours through the countryside and we arrive into Madgaon. Taking a local bus to the central bus station, we hop on a ride to Palolem beach... and we can hardly wait to be beachside!!
After another hour or so, the bus drops us off in the main strip and from there we walk to the beach and begin searching for our next guesthouse. San Pedro Guesthouse, it is! Where the motto is "Full Power" and ...
... this short distance you get a driving license. Could explain the high death rates on Indian roads.
An old gentleman came to sit on our seats with us, even though this was an area reserved for four people. He looked rather dishevelled and asked Dhuil if he could sleep for a while on his upper bunk. As he was getting off the train before 2100 Duhil had no problem with this, even the modern youth will show respect ...
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