Sunset Beach Hotel
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... hangout for sure with the streets and
beaches packed with local holiday makers. What strikes us most is that a lot of
people are either in bars or drinking on the streets and it has only just gone
midday. It's not that time that strikes us as unusual but more that no where we
have been outside of Goa has alcohol been available, but at a restaurant or two,
and none of the locals drink. Now here where it is easily accessible it ...
... are cleared to enter India. I join the queue which doesn't look too bad and listen to the mumbling and rumblings all around. Eventually I see the first person, from the ship, who checks I have all the required paperwork with me, and that I have signed all the shore passes, and of course they are checking that it is really me. First hurdle overcome. Next I meet the Indian immigration officers, all 3 of them. The first takes my documents, and checks them ...
... I will cream anything I can get my hands on, without standing on the hot sand. ( Elaine, we will use the factor 20 all day oil on once we run out of f 30). We are reading a lot, I'm currently on my 7th book of the holiday, should be lots of room on the way home as I brought 18 with us. I am now finally reading Jamaica Inn. (Elaine, did you want it back or shall I put it in the wardrobe? ) The hotel library is in the wardrobe that sits next to the ...
... the hotel, they had a nice restaurant and lovely staff so I enjoyed it here but there isn't really much to say about this place.
My first day here though my belly bar ball broke and I had to buy a pair of earrings to use the back of one and push it into my belly bar to stop it falling out and healing up - that was rather dramatic on my first day haha.
We headed out early to Mapusa, a town east of Anjuna. This was not really worth the visit. It was a typical busy town with not much to see but a lot of worn out buildings, lots of people and lots of traffic! It was a bit chaotic navigating a one way system through the traffics here but Dip stayed calm and did great, he's starting to drive like an India now! We quickly drove around ...