Paradise Village Beach Resort
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... off for a spot of lunch at Food Point which consisted of a couple of lovely curries including a rather nice cashew dish. After lunch we saw the impressive Vittala temple. This is the highlight of any visit to Hampi. The main court has a stone chariot with wheels that actually move, there are lots of other small enclosed area in the rather large temple with a large number of intricate carvings in the walls of various Hindu gods and spiritual figures. After Vittala we headed back ...
... we didn't have to give them any lucky money this year hahaha ;P
After chatting briefly with family, we grabbed a quick bite and quickly stepped through the hot sand towards the water. It's beautiful out here - clear sky, clean turquoise water with the constant, soothing sound of waves crashing in, and a wide, clear stretch of "fluffy" sand, like the kind of snow that makes skiers go gaga. Finding "our" perfect spot, we laid out our blankets so we could start the ...
... was stalls that had hats, drinks, jewellery, key chains, and coconut water. When we got back from the tour we went to the beach. I went really far in the water where it was up to my waist. As it was the evening the waves were pretty strong. It was lots of ...
... by the man beside me as he was getting this treatment I politely declined and rushed out of the shop after paying before I was offered anything worse. I went in with what Alice insisted on calling a "Ginger rugged beard" and came out with what she now calls a “cute little baby face”. I can’t say that either of them sound like a ...
... watched as the sun set in a red ball of fire over the ocean - being the only fixed time of the day ;-)).
For a day away from the beach we headed to the Goan state capitol of Panjim. This rather small town has some pretty, delipidated Portuguese-era buildings with quiet streets to stroll through. It's main sight is the church built in 1540 with nice interior decorations.