Joet's Guest House
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... Chinese in fact. Some food and a few bottles of local Kingfisher beer (FYI .........a 750ml bottle costing about $AUD1.30). We have not ventured into the local wines. After my experiences some years ago when (professionally) tasting wines from Africa, South America and the Asia regions, I felt it best to stick to the local amber liquid. ...
... I briefly imagined that a whale had beached and people were gawking at the carcass, but the spectacle was actually some fishermen hauling in huge nets from the shallows onto the beach. These nets were full of fish, hence the birds, working themselves up into a frenzy over the coming feast.
It was quite a show. The birds of prey, which I will call eagles from now on, swooped down at stray fish scattered on the sand and battled with the crows trying to do ...
... we ended up ordering a full fish at almost every meal in Goa. The prices are also very cheap; a full fish prepared goes for around 1600 rupees. After a day on the beach, Dan and I both got 90 min massages at the resort. It was heaven. We ended up going out mainly in Aswem, with a night in Anjuna on the clubby beach that reminded me of Cancun, but closer to the water and without as much development. On New Years Eve, after spending the day ...
... ask the Gods to give blessings for the good of mankind (those are my words, but for all people). After the chants, we went to the bank of the Ganga and released the flower bucket with a candle down the river. I would estimate there were probably about 5000 people participating in Aarti just in my peripheral vision. It is a memory I will never forget.
We ate dinner at our hotel, which was all Indian vegetarian food. The food was delicious, again, which I am now ...
... seem like a prison-torture-beach-hut... The room was enormous with its own little balcony on the beach front; a stunning place to watch the sun rise and set. We had a huge bed which was SO comfortable, and it had really cute, colourful mosquito drapes. We also had a wardrobe, full-length mirror and cabinets. There was a pretty open bathroom area with curtains separating the shower room and the toilet room from the central sink area which had a ...