MAYFAIR Hideaway Spa Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Been a couple of weeks since my last entry; a combination of too much partying in Goa, work getting pretty busy and the soaring heat sapping all my remaining energy are my excuses! I swear the heat has actually fried my brain; this morning I accidentally poured mouthwash into my hair mistaking it for shampoo.
Life in Bombay carries on at 100 miles per hour as ever! It's pretty well documented that there are 4 main stages in the ...
... around and doing yoga as I knew once John returned it would be back to the hustle and bustle of the capital of Goa, Panaji (pronounced Panjim). John's week - March 15 - 23: Travels to USA - Pennsylvania, DC and Michigan No chanting, yoga or mediation for me – I had to actually do something approaching work - the focus of the week was to talk to my two preferred PhD programs: Michigan State and Wharton (University of Pennsylvania). Normally people take a break from work to ...
... the carriage steward and the requests were relayed to the next station. Hot pasta and sauce and vegetables with rice came in those ubiquitous, multi-compartment tin containers. Eating, dozing and looking out of the window passed the bulk of time. Night and the compartment's brutal air conditioning necessitated blankets for sleep. Late evening saw us pull into Goa where we were more than grateful to be met by our driver, ...
... 163;23. Thanks to the pound India actually might be getting even cheaper... When we left it was 99 rupees to the £, now it's crept up to 103. My budget of £15 a day is going swimmingly. There is a 'German Bakery' in every beach/town in Goa. One was bizarrely a bar/restaurant called 'German Bakery'. I think this stems from the Indian habit of copying anything that's successful, if there's a really good guesthouse or restaurant in a place there's guaranteed to be a copycat ...
... saw the moon reflecting on the water. I sat across from Eric, looking as handsome as ever, and we just started recounting some of our highlights and funny stories so far on this trip. I keep saying, "I can't believe we are in..." Everywhere we go. I can't believe we are at Taj Mahal, I can't believe we are in a jungle, a tiger-filled national park, a restroom with only squat-toilets. You get the point. I am so thankful to be here right now, I can't even express it in words. I did ...