The Leela Goa
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
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I spent the first night with Laura leaving Lynme and Sandra to cope on their own. This was not a good move. Air con set they climbed into bed armed with a sheet each then spent the rest shivering. To say the least Lynme is now an expert with all variations of air con remote comtrols.
Sorry for the delay in updating you all on our progress we've been having trouble with ...
... and check out a couple more beaches. Our errands included finding contact lens solution for me and purchasing our train tickets to Kerala. It's true Mom, I am going on another overnight train on India Railways. Contact lens solution was easy enough to find, though it always seems a challenge for Indians to produce change. Smaller bills and coins seem to seem to be in short supply. Not sure what that is about, but it took us an extra seven or so minutes while the optometrist's wife ...
... were woken in the morning by cries of "Masala Chai" "coffee" (repeat...) and got up and checked out the views. Stunning. I love the train. We arrived at our destination, and met up with the others again who had been in a separate cabin. And went to get a taxi into Calungute. After much waiting, we bundled in, I have to say, I was more scared in that cab than I was in Mumbai, I think because the vehicles move at a slower pace in Mumbai, ...
... for a change of scenery and a bottle of apple fizz. On saturday the supermarket was hectic. The woman behind us in the queue kept tutting and pushing Stew, so we annoyed her by not moving forward often. As we were going to have a BBQ one night we went to the Chaudi butcher, but the chickens were live and Holly would have been put off for life, so we decided not to.
Around midday we would take a swim in the sea. The waves were always rough ...
... time on this trip. I had a really cool send off and managed to see pretty much all my mates before I went and then I was on my own at the local bus station and travelling had begun, albeit not the best views from Hanley bus station in Stoke. Got my bus ok though after an hour of quiet reflection about the journey ahead and went down to Birmingham then to Heathrow. Got flights to Doha and then landed at Goa airport about 3.30am in the morning. Had to get some cash out and then get a ...