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Travel Blogs from Baga
... with heading off the Goan institution know as Cavala with Kanu and his long time Goan friend. Friday night is definitely the night for Cavala, it's a well known spot for locals and tourists alike as this restaurant near Baga beach hosts its house band and despite police warnings about noise, the bar stays open well into the small hours. Cavala attracts a more mature crowd than the Goan night clubs and you see the kind of dancing you would find at a wedding rather than a ...
... a bit of home comfort, then they are the places to head to. Leopold's also is apparently well known for Bollywood casting agents browsing, as apparently they go there to scout out white people to appear in the back of films. I imagine they turned up, looked at my head and realised it wouldn't all fit in the same shot, and left. But still, we were hopeful. You can also get a bacon burger and such delights at Mumbai's Hard Rock Cafe, which is impossible to find but allows you ...
Okay so pretty much anybody who would actually read my blog probably already knows that I got sick in Goa. And they probably also already know that I'm a few countries behind on my blogging, which means that I am sitting in my lovely bungalow in Thailand while writing this. I don't have a lot of observations to share about Goa, aside from the way-overpopulated stretch of beach I visited in Baga, which was lined with bars and ...
... hand and attempting to hold onto rocks with the other after the local honey bees in lots of bars on route. When you eventually make it there and find out, yes it really is 700 rupees entry and heavily guarded at the gate, attempting to climb the fence will be foiled by spiky bushes and the guards on patrol who tell you off. Never mind the group scoffs, we’ll leave, then of course send a sneaky scout to the fence again (me) who gets told off a second time and to ...
... bags, another guy joined in, then an Indian dwarf tagged on the end too. We got to the bus, stuck the bags in the boot and they all held out their hands! I paid for having the bag carried but thought it was a bit much to have to pay someone a £1 for following me so didn't, much to thier dissapointment!They shouted "mister, mister, 50p, 50p" after me which seemed very comical. The bus ride to the hotel was great, we unwittingly decided to sit on the back seat and when we encounted the ...
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