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Staying true to my word, i head to Morjim for a little rest before continuing on my journey. My trusty Lonely Planet guide has advised me that Morjim is a beautiful beach that is much less busy than the rest of Goa. I decided not to book a room, but instead take a chance and walk down the beach with my pack on my back and look for a place directly on the beach. I want to wake up on the beach and not have to walk at all. ...
... annoying assault
on our digestive systems and I suffered hard for a brief period last week
however poor Scotty got really sick one day, from what we don’t know, but he’s getting
better now and nurse Dan has been looking after him. Last night I asked the
boys here to bring us our dinner in our room and we watched a move on the
laptop and had some lovely TLC time together, its never nice to be sick when
you are way from home, but a cup of chai can hit ...
... of the store. We then met the chief pharmacist, Raj. He was very nice and eager for us to learn about the pharmacy system in Goa. After a brief discussion over expectations, we took a tour of the pharmacy. The pharmacy is drastically different from what we are used to in the United States. We started with the refrigerated medications and then we moved to the allopathic medications. All of the ...
... to be able to help in cases like this. I decided to make a commitment and take a course, learn medicine basics and use safety devices from now on.
After a while and still in shock we departed from the scene. There were still people, a lot of blood, the motorcycle on the floor and the family car because everybody got in the ambulance with the guy so the car was just left there.
We drove away not in the best mood and really slowly. We didnīt even want to imagine ...
... to beat the crowds, but it was really filling up with tourists and locals as we left. It is more relaxed here. Live bands play in between loud techno. The food stalls have a health bent. And the vendors are largely European with prices to match. I am continually surprised how I am willing to pay a bigger sum for a fixed priced item than for one that is not fixed.
I left Anjuna and Arpora feeling glad I did research before the trip and found Morjim beach and Village Susegat.