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... families in Denmark and the UK.
Santa did find our beach hut (perhaps because of the flashing lights?) although mind you so did the cheeky crows who actually stole one of the presents left for the kids outside our door! We got one of our beach hut neighbours to knock loudly on the door on Christmas morning with a hearty “Ho Ho Ho..” Alia had only just climbed off the toilet at that moment so had it been a second earlier it could have ended in a little mishap in ...
... And here was Dr. Fernandes and he could do it for $500! We had gained confidence in him. He had loads of experience and he had great references. He suggested an x-ray just to make sure the bone was sound.
His X-ray machine was broken so he sent us to Margao 10 km away. It was getting late and we dreaded the thought of driving the mountainous road in the dark. Margao is a large city and transportation hub. The ...
... there's one 2km away so we did a morning ATM mission and restocked. New rule-keep enough cash to one side for bills before going out drinking! For info: We stayed in a set of rooms called Cupids castle in Palolem which were perfectly serviceable and the owner helpful. The owners brother has a taxi so he was a bit disappointed that we wanted to get the 30 rupee local bus to Margaon not his 700 rupee taxi. But we did get some washing done and he let us keep our room until 3.30pm for ...
... English but he told me it was an Indian guy, quite strange as I don't even really have a suntan yet! I'm also pretty sure I'm not fat and moustachioed so I don't look that Indian.
On the Saturday night we went out with an English couple we had met to a late night party called a silent disco; the idea is that everyone pays to hire sets of headphones and then decides which one of the 3 different djs they want to listen to. We stayed at the bar and laughed at all ...
... There is a small mandap (pillared hall) and the inner sanctum is surmounted by a three-tired tower which is incomplete or which has been dismantled sometime in the distant past.