Resort Park Avenue
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... Spain, Portugal etc) were interested in those countries that have spices .... pepper being one of them. Well knock me down with a feather, I've finally found out about black gold (pepper). Pepper in colonial times was traded using gold as the medium of exchange. Pepper was seen to have medicinal properties, used as a food preserver as well as a spice. I'm sorry if this is common knowledge: this little black duck must not ...
10.12.2013 Arambol, Indien Km: 41742 Motorcycle work / Töffarbeiten
Unfortunately, there was no pepper steak in the restaurant and my coffee run out! My mood is thus again at the lower limit. For distraction I'll be working on the bike and I will do the big maintenance on the motorbike. Made it under the palm trees at 30 degrees and it was fun until I realized that a screw thread for the spark plug is damaged and this will sooner or ...
... first of all we found our way to Vagator beach, which was further away than Anjuna, but we wanted to see that anyway so it was ok. It was good fun on the scooter been in the crazy traffic and making good use of the horn all the time. The roads were really rough in some places though. After we'd looked around Vagator we found our way too Anjuna, and found a bar to have some dinner and after we'd been sat there a little while Kim and Ming ...
... miss the train and are brave enough you can run and jump on it. Or (as we witnessed) the flag man will wave his red flag and the train will stop for you! It was no wonder our train was late! The views along the journey were amazing. Goa is quite green and lush, with loads of palm trees everywhere, vines hanging down and loads of wildlife. We crossed a couple of rivers which looked beautiful. One had a huge group of women in their brightly coloured saris doing all their ...
Those that read Cats blog too (www.travelpod.com/members/cats-adventu res) will already know this but since I'm a bit hit and miss on the blogging I realised I'd not mentioned the films we've seen. When we left Pushkar we headed back to Jaipur to get a train to Jaisalmer. To kill time before our late train we went to (according to reviews) one of the most opulently decorated cinemas in Rajasthan. It's called the Raj Mandir. It's pink ...