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 ...
... not to pay it, he'd call the police to meet us at the next station. Rs 570 poorer, we left the train at Gokarna Road and hopped on a waiting bus which took us down into town past colourful market stalls bustling with locals collecting their vegetables and fruit. After a small battle with the local ATM machines which saw us walk back up to the top of town, we stocked up on bananas (thirty for Rs 30!) held an auction with the local rickshaw drivers and made our ...
... from Israel, Uriah, who invited me to join her to a tribal gathering (some kind of trance party) in Anjuna on the beach. Of course I couldn't resist since I came to Goa to party, it would be my first real party since I started traveling. The tribal gathering, about a 15 minute drive by scooter, turned out to be the biggest hippy meeting I have ever seen in my life. Forget about Byron Bay in Australia and its self proclaimed hippies: here in India you will find the creme de la creme ...
... out with some of his Russian friends who had rented some huts on the cliffs. They were a big extended family with some cute kids running about and Russian Christmas songs playing on a CD player. Riyaal made us some Kashmiri masala tea while we got chatting to an Indian Ayurvedic medicine doctor. Ayurvedic medicine is widely practiced in India, it's all about balancing the forces within your body through diet, massage and yoga. The doctor was a very interesting man and had been ...
... 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 ...