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... Angela and her staff, the boys, all of the international volunteers and the Indian vets as well as the day to day running of the hub. She had a phrase for when things didn't exactly go as expected- TII (This Is India)....or FI if things got very bad. Unfortunately the hub was not neutering enough dogs. While I would have struggled to complete the target 20 surgeries in a day, there were not enough dogs being caught. With Angela dictating when and where the dogs were caught, ...
... movie. Up early next morning, 6 am to walk the old Portuguese quater, we are practically in the middle of it. Some houses restored very well most run down and dilapidated, but you can see the grandeur of days gone by. Nice pictures. Back for breakfast, store our bags, we have a 9 pm overnight bus to Mumbai. Hire a scooter from the owners friend, £3 for the day but a new bike. Looks ok when it turns up. We want to cross on the ferry and see some of the ...
... most of the way but a motorbike had to take you the last bit. Now, whatever we might have expected could have never prepared us for what the bike ride actually was. We got to this place and there were about 30 adolescents all between 15 and 19 all with bikes. To me they all seemed like kind of pikeys to be honest. I was quite apprehensive to say the least and when they said the journey was going to about a 45 mins I started to wonder what we has been let in for. Now I ...
... Augustine - a huge historical site with ruins of an old church. Fantastic to wonder around and imagine what it would have been like before it had crumbled down.
In the evening we took a boat cruise along the Mandovi River. We expected a relaxing and somber cruise but got something completely different!! The boat was almost completely full of Indian tourists with the exception of four white people who boarded ahead of us... And guess what, they were from Liverpool! As the ...
... the madness may even be more efficient (and certainly a lot more fun). We have travelled over 2000km to get here and have 750km remaining to Cochin where there will be the mother of all parties. At this stage we are planning to leave tomorrow but I have stayed in enough asian party towns to know it is easier sad than done and we may even get stuck here forever. After last nights effort I dont think I'd be too worried if that was the case.