Riviera De Goa
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... formerly known as Julie Strilesky), had just completed some incredible charity work in Kolkata with sex workers, some pretty harrowing stories with a lot of great work being done.
Meera Sodha (soon to be TVs Meera Sodha) is touring India for culinary inspiration on the back of a book deal to publish a cook book for recipes her mother has passed down!
Hugh, was assisting Meera with the food inspiration or foodsperation, he was turning 30 and I had slightly ...
... to board the train, meanwhile Santo goes off to check if it's our train. Catching trains in India is just fun, fun, fun.
I had a day less than Fred & Ginger in Goa because of flight times getting me back to Delhi. We saw our first bin lorry there - amazing - although it wasn't doing such an amazing job - there was still loads of rubbish on the streets. There were piles of bricks, piles of old wood, piles of new wood, rubble and all sorts ...
... It was my turn to leave on Monday (was feeling a bit billious again) and had to leave my buddies Fred & Ginger behind. Back on my own again to hopefully get myself home safe and sound.
Flight to Delhi was ok and was collected from the airport by the hotel I'd booked. It was fine - it was listed as a 'deluxe' room, probably due to it having coffee and tea facilities. I eagerly got my cup, put in the coffee and sugar like a giddy kipper and then plugged in ...
... the beach just enjoying paddling my feet in the water, when I was approached by 2 very seedy looking men. They asked me if I would mind if they took my photo. It took me approx 2 seconds to decide if I should be flattered, or were these 2 just a pair of pervs. I decided they were the latter. If me at my age in a pair of swimmers was going to provide them with their jollies, then there is something a little bit wrong. My reply was ...
... different, lethargy has set in as ten very tired people boarded the train. Up till now the trains in the south have been marginally cleaner than those in the north, but there is always an exception to the rule, and this particular train was the exception. What a disappointment - it would have to be the dirtiest train we have been on, north or south. I would rather risk dehydration than use the toilet - we smelt it before we even got on the train, but that was the ...