Resorte Beira Mar
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... was very relaxing and interesting. At one stage we were asked to choose the colour of the cloak that would wrap around us to protect us, and later the choice of colour was supposed to reveal what in our lives we were supposed to be concentrating on in our meditation. During the meditation yellow had come to mind, but I remember lying their thinking “Yellow?? Yuk, pick green instead”. Another Australian lady, Victoria, had had the same issue with yellow. Yellow ...
... Narmada has specifically chosen it because it wasn't a bay, but a long open beach with nothing on it, just the sea on one side and the palms on the other and a couple of beach shacks which we passed on our way, and the best thing was it took like 5 minutes from our place to get there and it seemed like we were the only ones, as it was already out of season. Unsurprisingly, the vendors from the beach shacks were upon us in no time, but we managed to explain to them ...
... park. We took a jeep safari through the park, through rivers and along dirt tracks. It was just like being back in the back of Luke's Landy! The scenery was stunning and we had a dip in the pool by the waterfalls -freezing cold but very refreshing! In true Amy style I slipped on the rock when getting out of the pool and went head over heels onto my back! Nothing hurt, just my pride as about 50 people witnessed it!! Some others that were with us ...
... br> night in a bar befriending a kitten and a puppy.
As Anjuna was so quiet we decided to move on earlier than planned so on
Thursday evening we headed to the station to catch the train to our
next destination – Palolem. A train that is on average 1 hr 45
minutes late. On average! And it was. So instead of arriving at half
11 it was more like 2am. As it was a long ...
... fish and seafood here. I must admit that I was a bit homesick last night and Christmas Day but we certainly haven’t missed the lead up to Christmas that being in Calgary would provide. We’ve been hearing some Christmas music as Goa has a lot of Portuguese Roman Catholics, and jingle bells over and over in the Delhi airport yesterday with a cute little Indian girl singing along to it in the bathroom.
I did manage to buy 6 dvds on the ...