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... 8221;. This dog is the worst of them all because of the stupid eye. Despite Eric's hating, the dogs really are not annoying, and they don't beg for food either, they just are social dogs that want to play. In fact, one thought that my beach yoga was play time for him and insisted on laying on top of my towel mid-pose.
On a Saturday, in the middle of our stay, when the beach was crowded ...
... On weekends, especially Sundays, there are hoards of people from all age groups visiting this place. This is the first time I saw, that the goods train was a common mode of transport for the people to get to some place. The railway staff is very well aware of this, and are very co operative.
The lack of easy access and infrequent trains also gives rise to some dare devils here.
... I give up!
So after another breakfast disappointment, we hit the beach and met a nice group of Aussies that had hooked up for the Christmas break. The couple, Glen and Vanessa, had been riding a motorbike from the UK for many months across Europe, through the "Stans" countries and over into Mongolia. Then they had the bike flown over to Indian to continue their trip. Their friends, Anita and Kylie, had flown in from the UK for the ...
... of basalt, as it is believed, but of grey black talc chlorite schist soap stone. This makes the intricate handwork adorning the walls of the temple still seem fresh, as it is weather ...
... Since then every year on the Magha Shukla Shashthi day the temple authorities invite the Harijans from the Kavalem and honour them by presenting them with Devi's saree, blouse piece, coconut, etc. This custom is being observed for the last four centuries without fail.
During those days, that part of Goa was ruled by a Muslim ruler, Adilshah and his representative for the area was a person called Sardesai, who belonged to the Saraswat community. This gave a sense ...