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... No. 4 came to save me with a well timed hammer and spanner. After 5 hours of ridding round temples in the sun it turns out you can see to many however magnificent they are, as my fellow intrepid bikers and I had an off road race to get back to the river for the last boat before you have to trust your life to a corricle, and I've never been overly sure how anyone steers a round boat!
Somehow the man who was on too much vallium the first day seemed no different when he was ...
It was my first day off this past Wednesday, and, a chance to go explore the area. We headed to Chaudi on the bus and from there, took a tuk tuk to Palolem to shop, eat and explore the beach. It was so nice just to be out and about for an afternoon. By the time the day was over, I was actually grateful to be back at our ashram and to know that we had a structured week ...
... with Lukose for a night cap. Said bye to Suzy. She was great fun and a laugh, whatever her job is.
Diane walked with me back to the annex, wanting to apologize for things she had said in the second half of the tour. I laughed; quite unnecessary. It is a pity the northern drinkers did not find these boozer Bejans in the first part of the trip but we did our best to make up for lost time.
Got enough done on the diary/blog to head off to bed by 2240.
A Trip to Gokak and Godachinmalki falls by gama company. we were four friends of Dharwad city working in a different setup, we are crazy for traveling ,we visited Gokak falls in 2011.
Godachinmalki falls is wonderful and nice place for trip loving people.
it was amazing trip, we took bath in the falling water and enjoyed lot in day. it was unforgetable in our ...
... br> Heading out from Wildernest towards Thivim station which is a small railhead in Goa that was teeming with tourists catching a train to Mumbai when we arrived.
A train delay of an hour meant we caught up with some hot phulke, sabzi and chaas at a home eatery closeby. (Which roughly translates into wheat bread, curry and butter-milk). Our destination by train was Kudal - about 50 minutes by train.
We arrived at Kudal ...
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