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... from the moonlit waves wearing only a pearl necklace. Several tourists as well as locals guided by this myth visit the beach for a glimpse of Dona Paula. The Cabo Raj Bhavan is situated at a scenic spot of Dona Paula. It is also home of a historic British war-graves cemetery. After the end of Portuguese rule in Goa in 1961, Dona Paula became a fashionable residential area and address.
The Basilica of Bom Jesus is located in Goa, ...
... we are heading up to Panojim again, and are thinking of staying there overnight. There are seven of us planning to go and the room won't be expensive, even staying right on the water. I washed my clothes tonight and they're probably still going to be wet in the morning, so I might have to take them to a dry cleaners tomorrow so that I have clothes to wear! We're missing our families and friends and hope that all is well with them! Love you all, Alex and Holly ...
We caught the super cold air con bus from Mumbai to Anjuna (Northern Goa), it was the first time in a few months we've been chilly, so much so that we wrapped up in everything we had in our day backs and refused to complain about the possibility of losing our toes for the 13 hours.
We spent the next 3 days on the northern beaches of Anjuna, Calangute and Baga. We played in the monstrous ...
... surprises, both good and bad.
When we finally got our train ticket sorted, we prepared to leave Goa for a place in Kerala called Alleppey so we could go on a houseboat. Only an 18 hour overnight journey Ha! The journey was a fun experience and the beds were surprisingly comfy. We would recommend to anybody travelling across India to experience the train at least once. The journey is an experience in itself (just don't eat the food like George did). Going to the toilet ...
... most of the Jodhpur sightseeing already, we visited our favourite omlette vendor, Vicky Chouhan, for a spot of lunch. With our bellies full of Masala and Cheese omlettes, we headed down to the local internet cafe (considered blogging, but with the internet being 56k at best, we decided against). Instead, we booked our train from Goa to Kerala, and finally, our flights from Kerala to Mumbai...result! (although we're waitlisted for the train journey, meaning if no one cancels ...