La Vaiencia Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Portuguese influence. We then tried our first Goan meal of a fish thali. It was good we got rice (way more popular now than chapattis) and 3 currys - mackerel, kingfish and mussels. The mussels and kingfish were good, the mackerel had bone but the sauce was nice. It tasted like tom yum from Thailand. We washed it down with a beer which was less than half the price they sell it for in the north. I was deciding I could like the south. We headed to some gardens to chill and wandered ...
... we were to drive in case the GPS screwed us over. I also had copies of our passports, copies of prescriptions for the medication I was carrying for the boys, copies of receipts of all electronic equipment, just in case customs gave us a ************ our return, copies of travel insurance, and a list of all doctors and hospitals in every place we were going to be at with special notes on which ones spoke English!
And that was that. Onward to the trip then.
... is for trying new things. At least 30 people came along (so it couldn’t be that bad) and sat around a crowded circle and chanted to the Hindu goddesses in Hindi. No judgment allowed – i.e. imagine you’re in your car singing to the radio and no-one can hear. Once everyone got used to the words and realized that it didn’t sound too bad when we all chanted together, the sound was quite impressive as it reverberated around the room. A good night was had by ...
... in $400 in overcharges! After 30 minutes of discussion, nothing much was resolved, with the bank here claiming that they charged us each only once and our respective Canadian banks saying that they couldn't open an investigation until we are back in the country again.
The ride to Margao by cab had a few frightening moments, David says, but my hunger was keeping me so preoccupied that I didn't even notice. After more than 2 hours in the car and many, many turns down an old ...
... the lowest place on earth and is filled with nothing but dense salty water. It is so salty that people are strictly warned not to submerge their heads and if one swallows too much they could die. Once the thrill of it wore off we rinsed off and headed back to the main road. We were told by other backpackers at the hostel that Israel is famously known as a great and safe place to hitchhike so we decided to give it a shot. After about 15 minutes with our thumbs out, a 50 year ...