The RETREAT by Zuri
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... a few people lazing around smoking sheeshas. Still we had a few drinks and got chatting to some guys from Bangalore before leaving. I was glad we were heading to Baga tomorrow.
We hopped back on the bus to Mapusa, and then on to Baga. It was a much nicer beach, lots of sand, still no swimming but at least you can go in up to about waist height and swim a bit when the lifeguards weren't watching. There was a red car with a megaphone patrolling the beach, stopping to shout at ...
... in to silence by that one. Our guide was very anxious to see we had a good time and saw as much of the area as possible before he had to take us back to the ship. This necessity spurred his driving at breakneck speeds, chatting on the phone and tuning the radio. Martin had the front seat and we are quite used to Indian driving methods, our companions weren't. After unsuccessfully trying to locate seat belts, they contented themselves with grabbing the ...
... very nice fish sir, you will like”. We tell him we'll think about it and sit down to order some beers. After some quick consultation amongst ourselves, we decided to take him up on the offer, ordering it “butter garlic” style. It takes a while to come out and we were getting hungry.. it's close to 9pm at this time. You all know the cliches - “good things come to those who wait” or “patience grasshopper”. Well screw that, we want our ...
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Had a lovely breakfast at 8am this morning. There is a cook at the school in the morning who can make you eggs and toast. After that we went to say good morning to the kids in the classes.They all look very cute and smart in their school uniforms.We went in to a couple of different classes starting from as little as age 3,5 and they all learn to read! Very impressive! When we came in to the classrooms they all looked at us in amazement, ...
... even by
British standards except they all worked on the curious 1:2 ratio (1 working, 2 watching)!
The girls did love it at the flat and it was a great way to
ease them into India. They would sit in the swing chair on the balcony that
Nana bought for them and watch the buffalos stroll by, have dance offs in the
lounge with their Daddy (who can no longer break dance by the way even though
he thinks he can) and press all the buttons in the ...
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