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... 5am... So still not fully come round but hoping Sunday night will quieten off.. Been online all day looking for ashrams, yoga places, meditation centers and Wwoofing places, Wwoofing is something like working on organic farms free... Similar to New Life In Thailand so you work and stay for free or minimal fee but learn about organic farming etc but can practice all things like yoga, tai chi etc etc So got 2 days to hit ...
... that sells masala dosa's and other Indian food, it is always rammed with Indians clambering for food, and the food is so good.
The bar at the airport was closed as it was too early for alcoholic beverages so Gem had to fly without being in flight mode after a drink or two. We were sat at the front of the plane, we had pre-booked these seats when I booked up our Spicejet flights thinking it would be a good place to sit. Although we had the front row ...
... side by side enjoying the exquisite freshly made home cooked food.
Dihna’s: This little restaurant close to the main junction makes it to this list purely because it has a lovely plain, kiddy friendly meal of chicken fillet, mash and green beans. It has got a great reputation, but it wasn’t the best meal we (adults) have had in Benaulim.
We spent 3 fantastic weeks in Palolem (and could have stayed longer) which was the ...
... a Scandinavian game involving throwing sticks at blocks of wood). Both are great fun and can get quite competitive. Having a beer or cocktail as the sun sets is a daily ritual and everyone gets very excited if the sun actually 'sinks' into the water as apposed to disappearing behind the cloud. This is called a touchdown! From here it's back home for a shower and then gather together for dinner at one of the local restaurants. Occasionally there is live music at one of ...
Said goodbye to my german boys at Margao...maybe I'll see them again, maybe not. Got a local bus down to Palolem and arrived late afternoon onto what one would probably describe as paradise! The beach is curved and fringed with palm trees, lush forrestry ...