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... ripped off at home. It was a crazy but pretty drive up, I was glad for the seat belts. We were both feeling a little sick, I got the horrible deep feeling in my stomach; I thought it was time for the right of passage... But turns out the bowel movement was normal and I think I was just really hungry and travel sick! The hotel seemed quite nice for how cheap it was! Only two nights here anyways, the most miserable indian man we have met so far at ...
... used to be the so called Red light district of Goa. It has been taken down in 2004 and a few new buildings have now been built, this to get the tourism going. While we were leaving the beach a man came up to ask if we were interested in a trip to a nearby island by boat, after enquiring about the price Uncle Maurice informed him that it was too expensive but did he know about any snorkelling or under water walking (in a tunnel) that was nearby? The man confirmed and said he ...
Slow start this morning & a nice breakfast at the resort.
Not very much on today talked to the staff about tours etc.
Went for a walk along the beach (very nice & quite).
We walked to the end of the beach & then went to a place called ...
So 6.30am start for sun rise at Gateway to India. Which was pretty good. Then headed for breakfast in a backpacker place which was standard. Saw the Taj hotel where we could just make out the New Zealand women's cricket team, through there huge bags! 45mins flight from Mumbai thank goodness only a 30mins delay on Jet Airways. After an hour journey to hotel arrived at hotel had a welcome Cocktail ...
... the trains without the help of a guide though, as it's a bit of a challenge. Say, for example, your train's due at 6 a.m., the number (that's on your ticket) comes up on an overhead board. Normal, you might think - but there's a twist (isn't there always?) - several other trains might pull up and stop before the one that's advertised on the board! So each time one pulls up, we're all braced with our luggage ready for the battle to board the train, meanwhile Santo ...