La Vaiencia Beach Resort
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... a tight group
to study with and to share some laughs with along the way. Some of the group
are travelling for months, some for years, and for some home is wherever they
lie their heads on that particular night as life is a constant journey from one
place to the next. Its interesting meeting people like this, its inspiring and
perplexing at the same time, at least from my personal point of view. I’m
partly envious of the life of freedom associated with ...
... quiet beach.
One morning after breakfast we got a taxi ride to a neighbouring village called Arambol. We were dropped off in the centre and walked through the markets and then 3 and a half hours along the beach back to Morjim. We stopped to watch the fisherman haul in their giant net, which took 10 of them to drag in. We watched the whole thing from start to finish and cheered on every fish that managed to escape the ...
... in squirrels tails! It was really fascinating but sad to say my painting wasn't quite the same work of art - I was proud of myself all the same! I also had henna done on my foot which looked really pretty - until my flip flops wore away a patch and the it didn't look quite as nice! Whilst we were here we came across a photoshoot, it was a local magazine who were shooting their front cover. The director got us the pose with him and the magazine and he said we would feature ...
... the tour, was fully aware of our desire to avoid the touristy route and assured us repeatedly we would have an authentic experience, we knew with the first taste of overpriced, subpar veg thali that the road trip we were on was an abhorrent scam of which we wanted no part.
When Jahangir stopped at a roadside eatery, complete with gift shop, just 45 minutes into our 6-hour drive on Day 2, we decided it was time to turn the tables on him - in the Indian way, with ...
... the weekly flea market. The market was started in the 1960s by real hippies who "discovered" Goa. The market is enormous - after 3.5 hours, we had barely made a dent. The vendors are a mix of Europeans and Indians selling largely the same goods at different prices. You need your bargaining hat on for this place. If you can find your way through the maze that is the flea market, you will come to the beach. The vibe here is different yet again. Seedy describes it best. The beach is packed ...