Marquis Beach Resort
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... felt a bit overwhelmed. Within minutes though
we had found the only light on the street, which has turned out to be our
amazing hotel with swimming pool and all, and we were in bed trying to get some
rest and bring back some form of normality.
A two hour nap flew by
and I really felt I could have napped all day but we headed to get some much
needed breakfast. Well nothing could have prepared us for this ...
... they have a special romantic meal tonight. So we are staying here & having lobster & a seafood platter. Even champagne if we want to buy it & an Indian lady dance troupe. Have added some photos this morning & will try & do again tomorrow morning as they just dont work when everyone else is using the wfi. ( Angela-will try not to do anymore side shots x ...
... I think more for decoration than anything else. It was super hot so me and Rach decided to go for a swim. The waves are powerful in Goa and knock you down if your not ready with a guarding stance. Rose got badly scratched when a wave hit her to the floor in Anjuna. My sunglasses were also taken prisoner by the sea and I didn't even realise they had gone until I got back to my sunbed. Still in Goa a couple of days later and saying goodbye to some fun times ...
6.12.2013 Arambol, Indien Km: 41681 Mood swings / Stimmungsschwankungen
Lately I suffer more and more from mood swings. Because I had enough to drive straight ahead, I make a detour over the mountains to the west coast. I feel great because I can go for hours on good roads (rare in India) and gorgeous curves in a great landscape. In the evening I'm tired ...
Now, more relaxing by the pool before we have to check out. Will likely walk the town later, maybe workout in the spa, shower and head for the train station. Taking an overnight train tonight to Kerala. Prayerfully more relaxation in Kerala!
This is not a "true" picture of India for Cole, yet. Perhaps the train station will open eyes ...