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The Portuguese ran Goa for 451 years right up to 1961 when Nehru sent in Indian troops to ensure that the state was incorporated within the nation of India. The Portuguese Governor at the time made a brave and wise decision not to fight or blow up buildings and infrastructure. It means that most of colonial Goa remains intact. After learning all about spices at a plantation, one of two major commodities along with horses which ...
... Normally we would wave him off. Neither of us spend much money on things we don’t feel we need and we’d been travelling for so long at this point, we’d become disenchanted with the constant offers of goods thrust in our faces as we walk down the road/beach/path. But Randy had been considering getting a necklace so we engaged the man. He was showing us his necklaces, one of which I really liked, when his friend joined us. His friend helped to translate what ...
After our fabulous 27 hour journey from Izmir, we were exhausted. Each plane was delayed, the airport was so confusing and we had to switch terminals in New Delhi (which is not an easy airport to navigate). Needless to say, after our 1.5 hour taxi ride, we were excited to check in and enjoy the beach.
Immediately as you exit the airport, you know you are in India. Suddenly it is hot, loud, bright, crowded and there are cows EVERYWHERE. ...
... Leaving next morning behind Roger,who took us to the highway to Mumbai,we had a last pot of Chia with him before continuing our way. We had a fairly long ride to the outskirts of Mumbai found a hotel for the night and crashed out. Next morning up and off for 9am,we had another longish ride to Satara,riding down this wonderful express way we suddenly had 3 policemen flagging us down,well 2 were,and the other was waving us on,in the confusion I grabbed my front ...
... Lowra has left me with water, rehydration sachets and a new bog roll (which is nearly empty). So much for the "I'll look after you" when there's a tan to get eh?! I'm left to change the sheets and wash my shorts in the sink. Lesson 1 - never trust a **** when travelling in India! I'll learn. Right on that note I'll leave you enjoy your cornflakes and we will next be in touch before we leave Goa on Monday morning. Take it ...