Hotel Riversal by the Sea
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... for the beach. After
devouring some fish curry at the first beach shack restaurant I got to, I
inquired about rooms before dumping my stuff behind the bar and heading for a
dip. The beach (an endless expanse of sand) was pretty touristy but nice. I’d
managed to land near the far end of this beach marked by a rocky outcrop. On
this ‘cliff’ a narrow alleyway crowded with touristy stalls wound its way along
the coast line. I found some very nice ...
... often sun burnt and always drunk. Activities included drunk kayaking, drunk rock climbing, drunk swimming and drunk off-road scooter-ing.
After a few days of this we thought it would be a good idea to go somewhere a bit more authentically Indian so hopped on the train down to one of my favorite places in the world, Gokarna, a beautiful, incredibly holy old town that doesn't look like it's seen many changes since it's ...
... was getting to sunburn as everyone was quoting stupid money but persistence paid off. Then as we entered sunburn they confiscated all our tobacco and filters and rizlas which are not easy to find in India so we were forced to ask a stall to look after them. The insult of this is that you can buy cigarettes inside your just not allowed to take them in obviously because the one cigarette company that sells inside has made a deal. The next surprise was that sunburn only runs until ...
... and found a Tibetan healing therapy which sounds interesting….so plenty of 'doing not much’ at all for the coming weeks has been firmly pencilled in to our packed agenda, not sure how interesting or exciting the next few blog updates will be for everyone but we will try and keep it fresh!
Lots of love to you all, we are off walk around the beach cove, find a rock to perch on and watch the sun go down, bliss.
Big hugs and kisses
Dan & Scotty
... place looked amazing, even better than the photos on the net, we were going to like this place. We were given a welcome beer while we waited for our room to be ready - this surprised us a little as we thought it should be ready by now - hey ho we have a cold beer and we're now on Goan time where things happen at a much slower pace. Even though it was a bit hazy and not the bright sunshine we had hoped for it was seriously hot, both of us were melting and ...