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... contradictory attitudes. Many are fed and they are generally tolerated, but are often the subject of cruel treatment by children. The WVS also runs an education programme in the local schools. I stayed with a girl who was carrying out surveys of knowledge of rabies amongst school children. In general children in government (public funded) schools had very poor, if any, knowledge of the disease and even the teachers had some strange misconceptions, for example that you could ...
... and got dressed we hiked back and took the car to a spice plantation where we had lunch and then got shown around the plantation with a guide telling us about the different plants, how to use them and what they're good for.
For New years we decided to go all in and booked 3 nights at a fancy place right on the little beach named Bogmalo. For New Years eve night they had put on a Gala for everyone at the hotel and they sure had not been holding back. The theme was ...
... curry, you name it they are selling it. Then we are handed a magazine which is an in train retail leaflet. Twenty minutes later an airline style trolley comes through selling the goods...they must have been taking lessons from easyjet! We finally arrive at Karmali train station at 7.30pm where a smart taxi is waiting to take us to our hotel in Panaji, twenty minutes drive away. We notice that honking has been replaced with headlight flashing. ...
I've been trying to write a summary but the truth is that so much has happened, I would have no idea where to begin, in fact I tried writing an update a few times but it was useless so here are some tiny separate parts of places events and feelings.
Arambol, a little village further up north from where we are staying definitely grew close to my heart, so much so that we will probably ...
... rest after a REALLY LONG day of travel. Mom and Les had quite a time out and about, apparently they got some ice cream at a store and Les’ ice cream fell on the floor and rolled under a filthy counter. Les picked it up off the floor, asked the man working at the store to wash it off for him and he ate it as if nothing unexpected had happened – cool! Wonderful evening, hotel was nice, clean and thankful that the A/C worked so ...