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... the road. I
don’t know if it was due to the fact it was a Sunday or because I was in the
sticks somewhere, but a bus didn’t pass for quite some time. A chap on a scooter
gave me a lift to civilisation in the end. Here I jumped on a bus heading
north. The seats in the back were all taken so I got to sit on the bench in the
drivers cab = great view!
This 20 pence, hour long bus ride, dropped
me in some place just north of Mandrem where I made a ...
... I also stumbled a tin of processed cheese… That’s right Army friends, I have found Cheese Possessed on a shelf inan Indian supermarket. For old times sake we had to get some biscuits and jam so I could reminisce old times. Christmas wouldn't be complete without a board game or two so we played Monopoly (on the iPad) down at the beach.
Big thanks to Ian (Zoe’s Dad) who treated us to a slap up seafood dinner. We took ...
... the superhero god of India who everyone loves has both a female and male form although you see his male form a hell of a lot more than hid female. We began to talk to some Indians about it and we got a lesson on gays and ladysboys. It was nice to have a lesson about gays by Indians. Firstly one guy believed the lady boys were all hermaphrodites which I said was rediculous as hermaphrodites are quiet rare ans ladyboys are not, he also believed some of them had no genitalia at all, ...
... were nothing to laugh about. Scott got his silent disco cherry popped and ended up riding home with his arm around the tuktuk driver at 4am, and when the nights ended we spent the days lying on the beach laughing, gorging on the 70p beers, eating fresh fruit and delicious salads which have made a welcome temporary break from curry. It’s also been good to see some friendly faces aw this breaks up the travel time, however if we could teleport our friends here to join us the ...
We leave later than we had booked as breakfast was a touch slow. But satisfied we meet Stanley our guide and set off on the two hour drive. We hit anjuna first and find some nice bits but after an hour we are ready for an ice lolly and to return to the car. Onto panjim and it's a bustling ...