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So, I've been in Goa for a week, it really doesn't feel like I've been here that long! The first night in Goa was brilliant! The whole group went out for dinner and then Gill, Chris, Kylie, T and I went out to a club. As most people know, I'm not the best dancer in the world, so Chris started teaching me how to dance like Mick Jagger... I literally …
... destination was to the lovely Dudhsagar Falls. Dudhsagar Falls (literally Sea of Milk ) is a tiered waterfall located on the Mandovi River on Goa's border with Karnataka state. As the cascading waters appear white like milk, the waterfall is called Dudhsagar, Doodh being the Hindi word for milk.
Legend has it that a beautiful princess lived in the forest (near present day Dudhsagar Falls) in a palace. She loved and enjoyed bathing in a lake nearby and ...
... probably was going to take 7 hours more. Minimum. The conductor came back and barked something about sitting in reserved seats and having to move. Fair enough but we had reserved seats as well. On the train that was cancelled. He still didn't care and we moved further down the train to another carriage. The further down the train you move the ******* and more packed it gets. Originally we were in coach 3, we had poached coach 6 and were now being ushered to coach 10. ...
... naan was washed down with a few kingfishers and there was nothing left but bones. A nice chocolate brownie rounded off the night perfectly.....
On Sunday (at least we think its Sunday) we had more the same in the morning (yoga, sleep in and breakie) and a chilled for a bit playing some cards and connect 4 at cheeky chapatti. In the afternoon we did some skyping of the folks in Ireland (not long till home time). Afterwards we headed to the sunset ...
... stay there.The tourists are mostly from Europe.It is almost as if we are the only ones wearing cloths there.Till sunset we were on the beach enjoying a lot.We went back to our hut found that a it is lit by a small bed lamp.There is no power connection to that beach.From evening 6 to morning 6 they provide electricity through generators.There is a fan also.But it hardly matters as we anyway spend most of the day in the beach only.We had our dinner and enjoyed the camp ...
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Nice Hotel, lovely pool well situated to Bagga beach and nice restuarants
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