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... and we made friends with visiting indian tourists who found it a great novelty taking to us. After finding our our jobs they were extra keen and all wanted a picture with us! Matt from the UK government and Jenna the teacher. I wish we had more time in Goa, I could stay here for much longer! It's such a nice pace of life and mix of people that works somehow. Sitting at sweet lake writing this about to pack up to catch our flight to ...
... return covered in paint. The paint was not in tins but dry powdered paint that could be easily thrown. I had been to one of these festivals in Australia with Indian friends so I knew what to expect. The younger generation played to their hearts content throwing paint at each other and passersby, while shop keepers hurriedly protected their stock. Everyone, including me, got covered. On Wednesday after yoga I went to the day market in Anjuna. The day market was huge and ...
... shop, which was luckily only a block away. I looked at some models and was making a decision when we realized the shop didn't take VISA. So we went to a nearby bank to see if I could withdraw more money than usual to make a large purchase. Inside the bank, I discovered that my bank card was missing. After thinking about it, and surviving some withering looks from Genesta, I realized I probably left it at a bank machine 2 hours drive away.
This started a whole ...
... an area called Aswem, which is a new hot destination with cool boutique beach huts and clubs. Bollywood stars and socialites are known to stay on this beach as well, away from the craziness of Anjuna or Vagator, which is an all night party and where majority of hostels are. The first day in Goa we spent on the beach out front of our resort. Manav's high school friend, Shaz, his wife and youngest son joined us as well, filling us in on ...
... symbolized by a basket of flowers and a candle being placed in the Ganges. We got to the temple part of the river bank and had to take off our shoes to proceed...This was far out of my comfort zone, but I justified the situation knowing feet can always be washed. They were scrubbed when I got home.
The priest directed us to one of dozens of makeshift temples, which look like wood docks adorned with blankets, candles, incense, flowers and gods. The seven of us ...