Silver Sands Holiday Village
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to be able to come here without visas which is good, because they are a pain in anyone's bums! We went and bought some beach towels because they didn't have any on the loungers, he wanted 500 rupees for each towel! No way I could sea through them near enough! I had 2 for 300 rupees in the end :) he makes no profit he said... Aye what ever mate wouldn't cost 50p at home to make these towels! Played ball in the sea, it bounces really well! Later on in the afternoon after ...
... the effects of jet lag, taking it easy today. I took a taxi from the hotel to Yogabones new digs - new since I was here last. Roof-top Shala with bamboo mats for a softer floor. Rolf greeted me and gave me instruction for first day of practice - primary series only. Nestled close to other students, I approached my practice quietly and slowly. Trying to pay attention to my own practice with minimal distraction to the directness of speech ...
Apologises for the short break in posting. As my first full weekend in Goa, I've spent most of it either drinking or hungover. Saturday night we decided to paint the Goan town red. The initial plan was to head over to Calamgute to a club called Sinq, but change of plan; we headed out to a town south of Calamgute called Candolim. Other than hotels, various bars and tattoo parlours, there's not a lot in ...
... why not. Well he showed up and we spent 3 hours talking philosophy and he had one of the most interesting life stories I've ever heard. This guy held my interest! And when you don't, I behave like an ADHD teenager who hasn't bothered taking his Retolin. So top marks Sebastian.
Now digesting my Barracuda fish meal and looking at the ocean waves in the night is as content as content can be. Off to bed soon methinks.
... day spent much like the others, on the beach, by the pool and eating freshly caught seafood at Fisherman's Wharf, the weather started to turn, getting gloomier and rainier. Having flown some 9 hours to be far away from grey skies and drizzle, we all started wondering whether Sameer and Muna would be able to exchange their vows on the beach the following day at sunset. This doubt that had crept in with the blanket of crowd, continued for most of ...