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... stoned but are generally a hoot. At one stage a local asked if he could have his photo taken with us and asked if I was Gus’s father. “Yeah” Gus replied “This is my raving Dad, we are out on some strange father son raving holiday”. It was hard to believe these guys were just 19… Too cool.
Never mind, the following night we went to a venue in Vagator called Waters. It was a much more ...
... bit busy. But no sunbathing or beach activities just a load of Indian men in their boxers splashing around in the sea and women following them fully clothed. Definitley not a bikini scene. This visit also confirmed we wouldn't be in a hurry to visit Baga town at night either - imagine Blackpool but then add a load more litter.
... themselves into shoe, jewellery and clothes stalls with abandon. Ragged leather shoes were haggled for. Tarnished “silver” earrings were bought from sad-eyed women. Barely stitched Ali Baba pants were purchased at a “not Russian price”. Shorts were had after a coin flip determined their value. Each item added to a growing shadow over my soul. The endless parade of trashy trinkets were exorbitantly priced to start. Each drop in price meant less ...
... of rounds of “No Thank you” to which he replied “but you can trust me”. When we arrived at the hotel the tuc-tuc driver seemed to suffer from amnesia and claimed that the fare was 40 rupees double his initial 20 rupees quote – so much for trusting these guys. Just give us the right price upfront. We relaxed the rest of the day and booked a legitimate driver in an AC car to take us to Hampi. John even enjoyed a beer in the hotel bar watching ...
... hostel we headed South to Palolem by taxi. On arrival to the main strip a moped pulled up alongside asking if we needed accommodation. He showed us to a cute little beach hut a stones throw away from the beach. It was basic with free cockroaches and on reflection we know we paid too much at 800 rupees per night ( approx £8) but you can only learn from these things. I really do love Palolem. It's still touristy but has more of a chilled out, hippy vibe ...