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It was certainly a trip to remember but having
to take the day off as leave, I can say that there are more relaxing ways I
would rather spend my leave.
I’ve been planning to go to Goa for some
time and finding out that the carnival was on the following weekend (14th
Feb), it seemed like a good time to go. This time I booked public transport, a
sleeper bus (literally a bus with narrow bunk beds in it) for the way there and
a flight ...
... rather than sitting at the back of a 100 degree celsius bus trying not to sit on a flapping chicken that's escaped from it's cage.
After arriving I found a hut back from the beach for a price I thought was a little too reasonable although I couldn't see any obvious catch so I took it. At about 2 in the morning I realized this hut had not been such a steal after all as what seemed like the entire beach erupted in the ...
... into bed and lay there needing the toilet. After 45mins I began to get desperate for the toilet and search for bottles as a second knocking attempt had also been ignored. As I searched a guy went down and knocked and for some reason he got the privilege of talking to them. As he went to close the door I pushed it open and said I needed the toilet. They ignored me so I persisted a lot and they pulled over. It appears it was not only me who needed the toilet as everyone got off and ...
... and we missed our flight home because we forgot what day it was!Despite coming for a week of chill here every year since we met, there are some things in life which when repeated still give some of the same excitement and fun times, and this place is one of them for us!
We have our own little hut under the palm tree’s in Dreamcatcher, Palolem for a week whilst we work out our next move, and today we rode around the villages and back streets asking locals about the ...
... the most awkward situations in recent memory. We somehow managed to get home!!
The next morning we met a girl Daniella and her son Daniel from Mexico. We all instantly clicked. Daniella had been travelling with her son for the last 6 months and they were approaching the end of their trip. Daniel was 7 years old and had learned English during his few months travelling. A really bright and outgoing kid. We took a tuk tuk and went to a beach called Galgibag (turtle ...