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... In one of the more snazzier restaurants of this trip so far, while
drinking our coffee and waiting for our breakfast to be served, a sewage truck
pulled up, literally blocking the front entrance of our restaurant. In a matter
of minutes the pungent smell of sewage had filled our restaurant. We were
completely dumbstruck at first (as you can imagine) but swiftly cancelled all
meals, paid for the coffee and ran out of there, having ...
... end of the beach, another ramshackle collection of homes that look so fragile you wonder how the breeze doesn't blow them all over. Eventually we make our way back to the car and hurtle along the roads back to the ship. On our previous travels around India we were told countless times that the people in the South, and the West of the country were different to those in the North and East. Although our visit today was a short one, we are starting to see what they ...
When we had a day at the pool I went to the Pink Parlour & had my eyebrows threaded (well overdue I hear you say) & a pedicure but I resisted the little diamonds in the shape of a flower. And the previous evening had convinced jason to stand still long enough at a road side stall for me to buy 2 anklets. I aim to have a massage as well soon, maybe today as we are going to be at the pool all day. It will give my left side a chance. On the beach the ...
... and managed to check myself in and get myself through security keeping some composure. And that was it - it was time to start being independent, it was time to start depending on only me and working the journey out for myself - scary, but also exciting :-)
I arrived in Goa and I had booked a hotel south of the capital in a place called Benaulim and got a taxi ...
... pictures will speak for themselves. I think of it as a perfect blend between Robinson Crusoe, Neverland, and New Age. it was very elegant. And, as it was ran by Italians, the food was excellent. Needless to say. I loved it. The beach had a hippy, grungy, alternative Russian vibe. And a lot of kite-surfing. I was in a very different place and so, I didn't try it. But, if I was to go back ...