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... hit the deck being promised that someone had set an alarm.
Naturally the 4am alarm hadn’t been set.
Being the first to wake, I had a pleasant quiet morning on the beach where the
odd yoga gurus where lost in tantric bliss. The odd long term traveller passed,
piercing blue eyes peering from extremely tanned faces. I also saw a couple of
blue eyed Indians which were quite startling.
Breakfast, for the other guys, consisted of
beer….then more ...
... again eat what we like and get
the levels of bacteria in our guts back to a healthy level! You don’t realise
how important health is until it’s gone and your left wandering in awe just how
fragile, but amazingly complicated our little human bodies can be. One day,
feeling delirious with what-ever bug we had we seemed to attract the strangest
people, men with snakes, random people lost looking for help, random people who
wanted to introduce themselves to ...
... love eachother and they are not afraid to show it. So we relax to woman in bikinis and Speedo wearing men massaging eachother as the waves splashed around them. And then went and checked into our hotel and I stripped my clothes off whoo. No one could tell us when sunburn, one of the biggest techno festivals in the world would begin and end which seemed odd. We are not techno fans but when near such a festival why not. We fell asleep for a while and woke up ready to party. The ...
... on their blanket. Our train was delayed an hour, then another hour. Our new friends were the nicest people ever. We talked for ages, they taught me some hindi, it was delayed another hour, we played cards, we looked at photos, we ate sweets, it was delayed some more. Pretty soon it was past midnight. I can only marvel yet again at the outstanding attitude of the Indian people. No outrage, no shouting, no uproar. People just got ...
... taxi or tuk-tuk usually in nearby Calangute, Baga or Candolim; dinner at local places such as "Nicks" which has the apparent draw of a quiz heavily based on British soaps; walking out for coffee and fresh pastry in the French cafe 'Rhum Baba's' at Arpora.
There were really stand out events or sights or incidents. At a push, adrenalin moments might include the crowds and the haggling over prices ...