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After 5 buses (which were really straightforward - we hopped straight off one and onto the other and had the feeling you get when all the traffic lights turn green), we arrived in Anjuna on the Tuesday. We found a guesthouse in our budget, and the owner told us the flea markets were no longer running as they close for the rainy season. At a loss, we decided to stay and get a feel for the town anyway. The town was prettier than Palolem, with ...
While in Candolim, i hear there's a good party scene in Anjuna, the same town that holds the flea market. Although I'm kinda over that type of thing, i figure it's the weekend and i'm in Goa, and why the hell not! So i book myself into a hostel in Anjuna for two nights. The hostel has a prison theme and a 92% satisfaction rate on www.Hostelbookers.com. Sounds good to me! This time i set my intention to be social and start preparing for party mode. ...
... funny. I am quite happy on my scooter, it doesn’t go too fast and I can amble along in my own way, although, Paul did say I am getting quite 'scooty’ on my wee scooter the other day, not entirely sure what that means but I’m fairly confident it was meant as a compliment.
We are in Anjuna still, we had hoped to move down the coast a bit but we got stuck here as I became ill, a head cold became sinusitis and the very nice lady at our ...
... hotel so we headed there , it was nice but a lot of places were shut as it wasn't in season, but we found a beachfront pub called Lilliput's which served some amazing food. Bellies full we headed for our hotel. We made friends with two indians who were staying in the next room, Tarun worked in Delhi, so we had a lot to talk about, and his friend whose name I cant remember, she was also lovely i nick named her BG (Bollywood Goddess), she was like an indian model, ...
Our long jaunt at Palolem had to come to an end, after all there is still plenty more of the Goan beaches to conquer. So we opted to head up to North Goa to see how the other end lives. The hippy side beach town of Arambol was the target. The 3 hour drive took us through busy middle Goa which is home to the bustling major town of Margao. In the mood for efficiency, I utilised the drive time and did some flight ...