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... collar jobs and choose to live here. There are businesses here too with a combined annual turnover of $650million. Quite incredible, so I have very mixed feelings.
The other thing we have noticed is that India don't tend to have tourist attractions in the same way we do. At some of the sights we have seen here, the UK would have set up tea rooms, gift shops and play parks. In India there may just be a tea stall/drink stall at the entrance and that's it. We couldn't decide ...
... but we made him smile again when he could help us out with directions to the metro cinema! We really really really wanted to see a bollywood movie, but none had subtitles. We probably would have got the jist (zouden de clou wel snappen) but chose for one in english anyway. Can't remember what it was called, but it was really good. Clíona had to hand in the battery of her camera and would get it back at the end of the movie...pff! The guy at the popcorn stand ...
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Soon we were airborne and the staff sprung into action. In a celebration of leaving Dubai, they brought out the whisky and the beers. Good old Air India, this was only a 2 hour flight and already they were dishing out the freebies. You should have seen the size of the measures they were pouring, each person got about a quarter pint of whisky. We had opted for the Carlsberg and knew that was a mistake. ...
... all day giving us a good soaking as we were determined to carry on no matter what! He took us first to Old Goa, the old capital abandoned in the 1600s after a bout of malaria and cholera. We walked around the ruins of St Augustine and the Basilica of Bon Jesus Church. We then visited three Hindu temples; Mangueshi, Mahalsa and Shantadurga which were interesting. After we got the driver to take us to a spice plantation. As it is low tourist season we were the only two in the ...