Silver Sands Holiday Village
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... able to bring himself to order baby shark but now ordered shark fillet, with garlic fried mussels to start. I started with crispy calamari, , thinking I eas being a bit of a whoos, they were in batter but they didn't come very crispy & were covered in a serious chilli sauce. I then had fish allieween tikka (some kind of tikka fish balls). The bill was 1800 rupees ...
... a catch up... There aren't too many highlights from Anjuna to be totally honest, it was more of a place to chill & relax, not my favourite pastime! It was good food here and we visited a nice beach close by called Vagator but Anjuna itself was rather rubbish filled and I couldn't walk for more than two minutes without being offered drugs by another bloody local! I'm writing this from Hampi, about another 10 hours south, but I will talk about this place in my next blog. Ryan ...
... of the afternoon and the evening was a mixture of mastering 3b policy, having a meal in one of local restaurants and chilling out watching a movie on my laptop at the end. All in all - a perfect day, wouldn't you say? When I think about it now, if you throw to that mix also taking photos of the area and planning next steps of my journey, it will give you a nice picture of what was the rest of my stay in Goa like.
Goa was the best place I visited since I had been to Kho Thao in Thailand! ...
Before I type about anything else, I want to share something very exciting..... My pillowcase is cleaned and ironed! Now this may sound like something trivial to some (okay, most), but after only two and a half weeks on the road, eight different beds (plus four different sleeper trains, a "sleeper" bus and two planes) I realised that my pillowcase was no longer really it's original colour (being used as a cushion against the window on the train rides probably didn't help ...
... Goa was really enjoyable and I’d go back in a heartbeat – when I do, I’ll definitely be taking
part in the Holiday with a Heart People Project – a one day volunteering experience that let’s you spend time with the kids and run English lessons, crafts and sports sessions. If you too are looking for ways to enhance your travelling experience, this is a fantastic and humbling opportunity to get involved and make a difference. ...