Lotus River Seaside Resort - Karwar
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... me all the alcohol/food I wanted and could attend some of the best clubs in India.
Having been in a relationship for nearly 9 years (in a country where having a boyfriend actually represents some sort of commitment) I am not used to receiving such offers. Tempting as it was, I informed him that it didn't really sound like my sort of scene and I wasn't interested. Steven returned shortly after and when DJ Flip went to plug ...
... certain that the two thirds of the carriage trying to climb onto our beds at 1am were not in possession of tickets. Finally, we were reasonably confident that if required, we'd be able to buy tickets on board. Alas, in our risk analysis we did not account for this particular ticket inspector, who, despite protests regarding our ignorance, insisted on charging us Rs 70 for the tickets and a Rs 500 fine, declaring that (poised with his phone for effect) should ...
... it was around 6am. I still had no clue to which beach village to go but I heard there was a good night scene in Anjuna and Vagator. So I had to wait one hour for a bus that took me to both places, and during the busride I decided to get off in Vagator. Finding a place to stay was easy there as there are many options available and in the end I choose the cheapest option, a single room for 4€ per night. After sleeping a bit, I rented a scooter and went for some breakfast. There I met ...
... search of some hard alcohol as they only seem to serve beer on the beaches. We found the town licensed alcohol hut near the bus station and they were doing a roaring trade, being the only place in town that can sell booze. We got a big bottle of rum (280 Rupees or £3.50) and felt very pleased with ourselves.
After dinner with a good few rum and cokes we wandered over to Kudlee beach and ran into Riyaal, the Indian guy we did the camel trek in Jaisalmer with. He invited us ...
... from the afternoon sun.
In the evening I went with Sophie (Another Brit from Bath) to go and watch the sunset from the lookout point at the end of the dragons mouth (The hill-line named yet again due to its apparent likeness to a dragon. We were joined later by Marius, Neil & Tim who initially had not been too bothered about going up. As it turned out they needn't have bothered ...