Sur La Mer
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... as in Mumbai. I embrace the fear and am grateful to see that i have grown stronger. The internet is not the fastest here so the next day i head to town to get an Indian SIM card. On the way, i run into a couple of my prisonmates from Anjuna. They show me their new hostel here in Morjim and it is a hundred times better than prison. There's an awesome rooftop, meditation platform with a big Buddha and an infinity pool! Here ...
We woke up at 6. I had a mini hang over that I got over relatively quick. We took a cab to the airport and flew to Mumbai them Goa. Cisco took a slow motion video on his 5s of him slapping me in the face and it was hilarious. When we arrived in Goa josh and I got separated from charley and Cisco getting off the plane. We met up after 10 minutes of wondering wtf happened. Goa reminds me of an island. The atmosphere is much more laid back. We got to our ...
... very different.
When we got off the boat we saw that Uncle Maurice had dozed off in the sun. We woke him up and waited in the sun to dry up a bit whilst writing our names in the sand (as you do on the beach) But where one adventure ends, another begins, we left the beach, indulging in some ice cream on the way to the car. We found uncle Maurice butterscotch, his favourite. The car was like a sauna inside so Clíona dried herself in the sun some ...
... with couches, heaters, music and most importantly a really good vibe. For the first time on our trip the hostel was completely booked and filled with amazing people who weren’t just glued to their Ipads or computers. Everyone was chatting, drinking, playing board games or just enjoying the chill atmosphere. This place really felt like home.
We only had a few days in Tel Aviv so we needed to make the most of them. The very next morning we ate our free hummus ...
... it really was good or if it was just because it wasn't a kebab. After a failed attempt at trying to find Wi-Fi in town (there literally is none guests can use, apparently it’s only for the boss) we decided to head to the pub for some dinner and a few beverages. Here we learnt about the Old Portuguese Bridge which has a shrine on it and people come and give offerings of bananas and bread and pray, all in the middle of the road.