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... Scott’s been reading the Osho quarterly magazine for his
daily dose of meditative mantras and we’ve taken a swim in the sea and just
finished a huge salad for lunch. We made it to Goa after about 15 hours on the
train, and as always the train was a feast for the eyes, and sense of smell! We
shared our train carriage with a group of Indian guys who spoke very little
English, and who were very polite and helpful – so helpful that they ...
... to see if my bikini is hanging from a branch! My name has changed out here and I'm now called 'Taxi' or I presume it is because that's all people ever shout at me!! 'Hey madam, taxi, taxi!!!' Well I hope that has given you an insight into my trip, I've only been away a few weeks but with all that has happened it feel much longer than that. My next destination is China on Thursday which I'm really looking forward too! I hope everyone is well and much love to you all. Love Taxi Xxxxxx ...
... 45 minutes to reach Arambol the typical hippie beach where we sat and had a late breakfast/early lunch. The beach was a bit dirty and nothing special, we wandered round the town a bit before heading down to Mandrem beach. This was a long stretch of completely deserted sand and we sat for a while reading. There was nowhere to buy drinks and we wanted somewhere a little livelier so we headed further down to Morjim. Here was slightly busier and we spent some time cooling off in the sea. ...
... President"), getting frequent air time.
But a little more on the Indian TV. We get about 94 channels. Only a few with English / sport as you would expect. But what we have noticed with all channels (after conducting well refined and appropriately diligent research ...... with beers etc acting as our hydrating agents), is:
i) the advertisements are highly animated / comical with many directed at younger audience. Younger people are also the main players ...
... in the group. First we all sat down in a circle and took turns introducing ourselves. There were six Indian women and four volunteers. Looking at these women you can tell that they've been through some rough times, when they're not controlling their facial expressions the looks on some of their faces are very sad looking. After the introductions we did some stretches, and then some dancing. Some of the women participated wholly, others stood back a little bit. We then moved to ...