Riviera De Goa
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... they soon scuffled away or put their phone down! We have flesh the same as anyone else you know! There's high tides here, Scott was loving the big waves, the little kid came out in him again! We went for food in the evening, our hotel doesn't have wifi so we were searching for a restaurant with wifi to look for accommodation and FaceTime home, we couldn't find one anywhere! We couldn't believe it because it's such a seller to get people in to the restaurant. ...
... grab a few drinks on the beach. While chilling on the beach we got tempted and even sat down in one of the shacks to smoke a Shisha (or Huka).
We had a lot of fun and it was good to have a few drinks after quite a long time.
Day 5: February 1, 2014
It was our last day in Goa because the next day we had to leave for Hampi. Both of us had the feeling that we didn’t get much rest so we kind of regretted that we didn’t stay for 2 more days. ...
... even more. We had given a few nods to some people who were clearly off on some travels also. The food on the plane as you might expect was Indian. It was a chicken curry, rice and some sort of mashed kidney beans. It was again pretty damn great for plane food- Now we were really getting in the mood. When we landed in Mumbai there were eye openers straight away, there were slums all round the edge of the airport! I didn't think we would see them so quickly and would have ...
... over the 100s of tourist focused dentists in Calangute etc).
While in Anjuna I visited:
- Calangute / Baga (yuk.)
- Old Goa (mildly interesting)
- Paradise beach (a nice drive to a beautiful & empty beach, too quiet for me though)
- Margao (city. dirty.)
- Dudseghar waterfalls (a good day trip, more spectacular in monsoon season or just after I think)
- Aguarda fort, it was OK. Nice ride ...
... hotel. Well that was never gonna be an obstacle for my driver, was it? No probs at all - we just went the wrong way up the dual carriageway through 3 lanes of heaving morning traffic until we came to a turning in the middle of the road (all coming the opposite way of course) so we could turn and go down the right carriageway, the right way round!.
Oh India - you never fail to surprise!!!!
Excerpt Taken From Doris's Diary Copyright 2012