Lui Beach Resort
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... juice) smeered across our forehead and a small flower necklace, before being served up some lemon grass tea and a snack. I am worried this might be a lame tourist money maker but only minutes in the spice jungle with our guide, we are both loving it and fascinated by all the information on which plants are which spices and how the spices are made from their raw form. Our guide, Francis, is a river of knowledge and we discover more about ...
... in to silence by that one. Our guide was very anxious to see we had a good time and saw as much of the area as possible before he had to take us back to the ship. This necessity spurred his driving at breakneck speeds, chatting on the phone and tuning the radio. Martin had the front seat and we are quite used to Indian driving methods, our companions weren't. After unsuccessfully trying to locate seat belts, they contented themselves with grabbing the ...
Have I not mentioned about the Rainbow Princess? Its a huge tanker that was beached about 500m off of our end of Candolim beach probably over 10 years ago now. They did dismantle it above the waves but now they are cutting bits off under the sea & bringing them up. Its gives us something to look at. I have seen pictures in older ...
... apply the crude method. The Royal Enfield mechanic can borrow the grinder and he brings me to the idea of a cross groove to grind and then with brute force split the bearing. After that I could assemble everything and will changing the rear wheel tomorrow.
Changing the rear wheel, progress was swift. However, I noticed that the chain is broken. A role is broken and it is only the axis visible. The link on the outside is ...
... had to know which way the train was going to come in, luckily there were many people to ask, when the train did arrive (now 90mins late) it was on the platform on the other side of the track, at the Bombay train was in at the same time, so a quick walk over the platform bridge and a long walk to the front end of the train for my carriage (2 tier, 2nd class this time - my best yet!). A Goan 25 year old man did his best to try and persuade me I ...