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... we left them.
Once into our own vehicle we desperately needed food and water and oh yes beer!
Our guide took us to a nice place and we enjoyed many wonderful tastes.
Another nice place with a ton of history is Dona Paula. Dona Paula located on the beautiful and famous sea stretch that spans from Panjim, Miramar and Dona Paula is an area frequented by tourists. During the tourist season Dona Paula transforms into a crowded stretch which is otherwise ...
... br> Oh dear, another egg breakfast. After that, we went in search of a petrol station but got caught in one of several downpours, and tried to hide under a roadside mango tree- although in retrospect not sure how much it actually helped. We headed for Arambol, a hippy seaside town, compared to glastonbury, but now out of season, it was deserted. There was a reasonable beach with a few beachside cafes open, which came in useful when the heavens, yet again, opened. We worked our way ...
The dongle – a wireless data attachment
that allows you to go onto the internet from a mobile computer.
I believed that Indian hotels had unreliable wifi so before I left home I found out what was required to buy an internet gongle at the airport.
The necessary paperwork was curiously excessive – passport, visa, drivers licence, copy of utility bill and 2 passport photos, which I photocopied ...
... beach and made friends with 2 very lovely massage ladies, think Megan's tempted so we'll probably head back there later when its not so hot. I recon I'd laugh too much so i'll just sleep.
Tomorrows the last day with the tour!! So we're off to other side of Goa for a bit of rest and relaxation yippeeeeee.
THEN BANGKOK!!! looking forward to seeing you lads!
ta taaaaaaaaaaa for now everyoneeeeee :)
... the state capital of Goa. We found it very compact, a doddle to navigate in comparison to the other state capitals we had visited previously. From Panaji, we decided to get the bus to Candolim as a night on the beach sipping a few beers/breezers sounded rather inviting! Some of the beach bars were still being built as it's early season, but there was still a few to choose from. After enjoying a few drinks, we headed back to Anjuna in a taxi as the last bus never turned ...