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... Wow, first a hand massage with some tiger balm smelling liquid but all very refreshing, then he gets this hand massage machine out so his hands looks like robocops' and so got this high vibration hand massaging me, then he sticks his finger in my ear, right In, and gives me an inner ear massage!! And I really paid for not getting to a dentist to sort my off and on toothache because he practically rattled them out their ...
... You can ask any random person for a boat and you will be sure to receive one somehow! This beach is called Palolem and is a party beach so we planned to have a few drinks tonight seek a bit of a party bar later on tonight but it's the election weekend so it's strictly no alcohol in shops, bars and restaurants. We found out going to this beach restaurant earlier and I was absolutely delighted with myself when I seen they had Piña Colada on the menu but they wouldn't serve ...
... is spectacular, a large sweeping cove with a picturesque headland which becomes an lsland during higher tides.
We had chosen Palolem over the quieter Patnem and Agonda beaches as we thought the fact that it is a bit livelier might be a good thing as we were to spend a whole 3 weeks there. We stayed at the north end which is the more family friendly end .with shallow calm water for safe child friendly swimming The south end of the beach has more of a night life ...
... twice we will get a group together with scooters and head of down the coast stopping in at various sights along the way until we arrive at one of the other beaches in time for lunch and relaxing afternoon before we return in time for cocktails. It's an awesome trip as we pass through little villages, farms and a bit of jungle. There is very little traffic so it is relatively safe to drive.
Even if you want to spend time alone and do you own thing no one bothers ...
... I think we both thought he just stood up too fast. We walked a bit further and he warned that he really wasn't feeling well, couldn't feel his legs, and his vision was blurred. He didn't look right. And at this point he was barely walking. He started falling to the ground, I already had him in my arms at that point, and is at him on the ground in the middle of the sand foot path to our room. He didn't want me to fetch help at this point, so I just started asking him as many ...