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... We then had a little explore, and went to the supermarket which was super fun, and really cheap. We brought pre drink for the night, and head home to have a quick nap before getting ready to go out. We pre drank in the room and have fun discussions. It was then time to get the taxi so we rushed downstairs. Yet again it was raining, and we went to a bar near Mambos, the main club in Baga. There were no tourists to be seen! ...
... br> the front, at least these didn’t. Rather they had a tiny number painted on the
side of the coach, right at the very back. Terribly helpful. Not sure if you
are supposed to hail down every bus if you are the poor sod stood at a bus stop
or whether they all automatically stop anyway.
Panaji (Panjim), the capital of Goa was
pretty sweaty, even at 9am in the morning. In Goa they have motorbike taxis –
identified by a yellow mud guard. Jumping on one ...
... to the bushes and stared to pee. After this and once the windy road was finished I managed to fall asleep. At 4.30am we were all woken up by knocking on our bunks telling us to go to the toilet. This happened again at 6am. I missed the train. If they just put a toilet on the coach it would solve so many problems and so much unnecessary waking up. Needless to say me and kirsty arrived in Goa both tired and swearing to never get an expensive, **** death coach again. We got a bus to our ...
... other outside our window. Said ****** people consisted of men 'wanting our company' and getting a bit too close for comfort, leading us to hide out in the cinema and watch 'Gone Girl' (2nd time in a month for Sarah). Then of course you have the slums. We weren't planning on going in, as the tours made it seem like a zoo or attraction, but we were persuaded by our guide to see it to learn about their way of life and be grateful for what we ...
... it was safe to swim. We finished our trip returning to Baga beach and having dinner at the local.
We handed the keys back to the bike guy to sort out the puncture and rented another one as we still wanted to check out the southern beaches. We decided on a day at the pool in our hotel first however and spent most of the day swimming, reading and getting more tanned. The next day Chris stayed but Willem and I headed to the south. Firstly we sorted our train ticket to Hampi for ...