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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Grubo po zmroku dotarlismy do naszej bazy w Colvie. Art orzekl, ze to jedne z jego cudowniejszych urodzin. Ale ja uprtlam sie, ze ostatniego drinka ja stawiam i wyciagnelam go jeszcze na spacer do naszego juz zaprzyjaznioznego baru na plazy. Dochodzila 22, bylismy jedynymi klientami, zamowialm dwie pinacolady i od slowa do slowa z sympatycznymi chlopakami z obslugi zdradzilam, ze Art ma dzis urodziny. Chlopaki rzucili sie ...
... so few tourists the all the vendors were desperate for business. Here is the monologue I heard more than once as I aimlessly wandered around: Come, come Madame. Have a look. Come look my shop. You see something you like. You buy. I give you very good price. You like? How much you pay? Come Madame.. Ok.. Ok.. 200rupees. Ok. Good price. Whats your good name? You from? Oh Canada.. Nice place Canada. Nice people. First time Goa? You like? How long you stay? ...
... her our water to drink. They would set up a sun lounger specifically for us so we could sunbathe and served fresh kingfish caught that day in a variety of currys with rice. My favourite was xaucuti which was a tomatoey, coconutty type sauce. We spent the days sunbathing, eating, cooling off in the sea and having countless photos taken with Indian tourists. We hardly saw another foreigner ourselves and they all got so excited on seeing us and wanted about ten photos with each ...
After a very lazy first day and a well deserved night sleep. We have set off to do, "youve got it".... nothing, lying about and being lazy is infectious here.
No obligations and inviting sun beds in the shade are whispering to you " do nothing ".
The simplicity and calm of Agonda is only broken by the crashing of the waves and the squawking of the crows and thank god for the light breeze ...
... ruins in the impressive valley that Hampi is located with lots of big boulders perilously balanced on each other. We next saw Hemakuta Hill which had a few sculptures including one of Ganesh (an elephant headed son of the god, Shiva), who is very popular. We then headed to the Royal Centre and saw Zenana Enclosure and Lotus Mahal. Adjoined to these buildings where the impressive elephant stables – nine well preserved enclosures with different domes - were located. We ...