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... be careful. Some said “Go ahead and achieve it!” We needed all these peoples well wishes. We really did. Their wishes kept us safe and sound through the trip.
1 day to go….
Day T minus 1. Just 24 more hours before we set of on an epic journey. A journey which would teach us some valuable lessons of life.
We called Isma and asked him to get his Hero Impulse to petrol station. And we got our Avenger. Went to petrol bunk and got full ...
... about 3 or 4 pm when I noticed a rather fab looking establishment to my left. I pulled in hoping it wouldn't be massively expensive as it did look rather nice indeed. Well, the non ac room - with complimentary breakfast - was about 10ukp - result. What really swung it though was the swimming pool. I checked in, unloaded the bike, had a quick shower and headed off to the pool. The swim really helped loosen me up as ...
... twice as much. The highlight of yesterday was being escorted by whales for a few miles. It was refreshing to see the genuine marine variety rather than the odd one or two I have seen lolling around the deck. We have been very fortunate this trip to see dolphins, whales and flying fish. We started the day early today in preparation for our tour and navigation of the Indian bureaucracy. Customs boarded the ship at 7am and insisted on doing face to face passport checks. We have not ...
... the old Portugese architecture.
We took a train this morning from Goa to Mangalore. The scenery out the train window was, for the first time, spectacular -- rice paddies speckled with white herons, grazing cows, palm trees and Arabian Sea inlets with fabulous fishing boats. This is not a tourist city at all, but a stopping point for our ...
... we could get tickets from but for this you have to go direct to the international tourist bureau in the train station. The most badly signposted place in the world. Seriously, something I have come to notice about India is that when people don't know where something is they just point and say "left". Anyway, eventually we found the place, up stairs and on the right! The air cooled room was magic. We arrived at the desk of a ...