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... as it happened we arrived on a Wednesday so we wandered down the coast to see if it was still worth checking out so out of season. It was- there were endless traders and touts all going about their business of flogging souvenirs, t-shirts, spices, jewellery and various other tat to tourists. We got offered some *even* more amazing deals than usual (yeah right) as it was the last market of the season and although it did have a winding down feel, it didn't take away from a fun experience. ...
... from village to village biting 43 people. The Mission Rabies team eventually caught the dog, however the local hospital did not have enough vaccines for the people who had been bitten. The disease can be prevented if a course of vaccines and immunoglobulins are given immediately after the bite. During my two week stay in Goa the charity euthanised at least 3 rabid dogs, and there was little visible response by the local government. It was down to the charity to go and catch ...
... There is the humidity and smell of the train and its users. At each station it is possible to step off and stretch and be on platforms that are alive and noisy with people selling and living.
We settled in and no others came to claim the other 2 seats/ bunks. People opened the door and peered in, but chose not to join us. Perhaps we exuded a threatening air? Ensconced, the trip passed pleasantly. Food was ...
It's another early start. The alarm peeps at 5.30am and we shower and dress ready for our next train journey. It only looks a very short distance on the map but India is an incredibly large country! We are travelling to Panaji in Goa. The trip will take 10 hours (assuming no delays) and we will cover a distance of 725km. The good thing about early trains is that the temperature is a little cooler and the roads are clear. We get the luggage down using ...
Started the day in our 2nd state, Goa, after a horrible 14 hour sleeper bus journey with a taxi to our ultimate budget hostel in Anjuna. PeaceLand comes in at a whopping £3.50 a night but is one of the most peaceful and relaxing places I've been. We decided on Anjuna as it was closest to where the bus stopped and the Lonely Planet raved about it pretty convincingly. The couple who owned it were very chilled locals with 3 pet dogs: ...