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... escaping from the winter up north and European backpackers enjoying unsullied beaches and tropical forests. All the clothes I brought seemed to be heavy and constricting for a beach atmosphere. I bought a thin polyester beach shift and a gauzy cotton shirt. I let my skin sweat under the sun and the Indian ocean waves wash away the heat. I felt the restrictions and inhibitions melt away because the beach town was not really India. India permitted this beach (and all of Goan ...
... for boiled eggs expecting them to be fried. Low and behold they came out boiled, peeled and black!! I think Mary almost fell off her seat.
Goa was brilliant. Quiet but it felt like a holiday within a holiday. India keeps getting better and better for us. Things make sense and we are getting by with more and more ease. What we initially thought as other worldly is now almost, but not quite, normal. We have no idea when we'll leave India but it won't be soon.
Until next ...
... It has two chapels and three altars. The main altar is dedicated to Our Lady of the Rosary.
Church of St. Augustine. The tower of the church is 46 meters high. The church originally had 5 storeys, 8 chapels, 4 altars and an extensive convent with numerous cells. The church was built in 1602 by the Augustinian friars. In 1835 the entire complex was abandoned due to the expulsion of the religious orders from Goa and the Portuguese government ordered its demolition. ...
... and got dressed we hiked back and took the car to a spice plantation where we had lunch and then got shown around the plantation with a guide telling us about the different plants, how to use them and what they're good for.
For New years we decided to go all in and booked 3 nights at a fancy place right on the little beach named Bogmalo. For New Years eve night they had put on a Gala for everyone at the hotel and they sure had not been holding back. The theme was ...
... in Palolem.
“Record Turnout in Delhi Elections: 71% Vote” India is the world’s largest democracy and citizens take their duty seriously, given the high levels of illiteracy and poverty here it is amazing that nearly twice the proportion of people vote in India compared to the UK. Somewhat amusingly the Delhi Chief Minister (similar to our Mayor) looking for re-election is called “Sheila DikShit”. Perhaps if London’s ...