Sunset Beach Hotel
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... 100% off duty, not saving anyone) good job the pool was only 4ft deep, they just flapped around attempting to swim - bless. Now I know why they never make it to the Olympics though, they don't go outside or strip off enough to get in the pool. We delightfully joined by a Russian couple on the afternoon, they're like the Chinese! You can't shake them off, everywhere you go here they appear soon or later! Saying that, no surprise when we were at the spice plantation a ...
... extra I needed to pack from the usual, other than update the meds to carry based on their pediatricians recommendation, warm clothing, a few snacks to tide them over for long journeys, the ergo carrier for when the stroller wouldn't work, the maclaren stroller for when zane's legs gave out, a neck pillow for the boys (really used this one a lot, especially on the flights). For entertainment, I carried tiny books to read (that they hadn't read before - Thomas ...
... heat and not fully covered... We was so happy and couldn't wait to get to the beach which was just a 5 minute walk away. The nightlife was looking like what we expected too, so I was even more excited for the night ahead. As soon as I walked into the communal area of the hostel that evening the owner Jason and his girlfriend Laura were throwing all kinds of spirits at us to get the night started, ...
... cool Goa can be. No burning sun and getting tanned. I was glad to dump my sunscreen and goggles.
So we checked in into the hotel early in the morning at 730AM. They were very cooperative to let us do an early check in although they had a check in time of 2PM.
I was too eager to leave the hotel and have breakfast in a shack somewhere by the sea.
So we left and hired ...
... the bridge noticing the crowds were thick even by Indian standards, I realised that the Goa Street carnival must be today! And sure enough as I followed the throng of people I found myself at the street parade. Despite the newspaper the next morning reporting the parade as 'mediocore' I thought it was pretty awesome to say the least. In between policemen holding bamboo sticks directing the crowds to attempt to keep them out of the floats' way, and other ...