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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> students do – more the fact that they didn’t seem to have cleanliness
standards. Dirty plates and rubbish was piled up on every free surface.
Following a speedy exit, and the promise to
email (um yeees…?) I ventured back into the heat and jumped on the next bus
that passed. This bus was ornately painted inside and had music blaring. The
young women were amused by my jorts (former jeans cut-offs).
The carnival didn’t start ...
... of Goas noise rules unforced when the mad naked hippy party's of the past got out of control and the locals banned music after 10pm, it is called sunburn so we should have guessed that. We headed straight to the main stage. Were not really into techno and we found the music strange. It seemed to drop and everyone started jumping crazily and then there was a long lul period where you just stood. We rapidly realised that we were probably the only woman there. Being the only woman ...
... villages in Somerset! But KJ's Hampi highlight was definitely meeting a ruddy elephant for the first time! She was like a kid at Disney, squealing with joy as we waited to meet her new BFF. Hampi was one of our fave places, everyone was so friendly (like our local friend Tom who we played Uno with for an evening), and the scenery was stunning with the river and lake surrounded by boulders and trees everywhere. We ended up getting ...
... I accidentally ordered a third full meal so Lauren and I both left the restaurant clutching our bulging stomachs. It had been a while since we'd had the chance to eat at one of these typical cheap and delicious Indian establishments and I got a little excited...
We caught a bus to Ankola, and then another to Margao. No drama. Watching the GPS let us get off the bus early and closer to the train station, ...
... connection. Facetimed laird so nice to be able to do that feels like we are not far from one another. Have lit up my love of reading again it is so nice to have the time. Just out to get more bottled water and took a picture of a lone cow walking down the street, amongst the motorbikes travelling fast and honking. Cows are divine creatures, very quiet and determined to find the best garbage to eat! Love to all ...