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... the convulsions, I did
manage to get some sense out of the poor girl. I mentioned how when walking
down a street with a female, often any men who approached us would always talk
to me and ignore the lady (to which I’d respond “you know you can talk to my
friend – she is a human also”). She said that most Indian men don’t know how to
talk to women. Rather odd seeing as we were surrounded by both men and
women in the bar, but then that ...
... dying of cholera and malaria which is a good a reason as any to up sticks and move to a better neighbourhood. The bus dropped us pretty much in front of the Basilica of Bom Jesus so we checked that out first. You have to make sure your knees and shoulders are covered if you want to go inside, not that many foreigners respected that, and they have this bizarre rule whereby you're not allowed to photograph people inside. I initially ...
... Scott had curry!) and found a place with a tacky tree, tinsel hanging from
the roof, together with Indian waiters wearing Santa hats as they served us, so
a good night was had in the end…and without that over-eaten feeling you get
after eating Christmas pudding at the end of a meal!
Before Christmas I was lucky enough to get one of Scott’s
new massages, and it was amazing. On the last day of the course the group of
massage students all brought ...
... chill. My friends live a 2 minute walk to Calangute beach. The waves were strong so not great for swimming but the chair and umbrella was a great way to spend the day! Also there were tons of restaurants and guest houses lining the beach so lots to see and do. Anjuna beach which is where it all began for trance music in Goa. There is also a massive market each Wednesday. It's a maze of vendors trying to sell their goods and trance music playing everywhere! ...
I travelled to Nepal two days ago to renew my Indian visa, struck by the serenity and slow pace of the people after a few months in India made me feel like I'm on a holiday all over again :) From talking to the sweet local rickshaw driver from the airport, finally kicking back after an ordeal getting here, a long sleepless night in Delhi airport the night before made me alian to the fact that i was even in another country as i sat in the back of the rickshaw driving me to ...