The Ronil Royale
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... went something like this:
Us: What do you think to our fish Rahul?
Rahul: This is only good for Cats.
That said, Rahul was brilliant! He taught us how to make some fantastic meals authentically (No Patack sauce required) and we made, then ate, Mushroom Masala, Butter Chicken, Palak Paneer and Chapatti's. Ste and Julie are in for a treat when we get to Australia!!
We also decided to get a 'relaxing' ayurvedic ...
... it out until the morning. You guessed it...wake her up and let her kick off with the staff and hopefully get money back or an upgrade. She called security who came up with a massive torch to do the job. Initially he was sceptical of there being a rat in our room but after he seen the droppings everywhere and the door nearly chewed through and then a bloody big tail behind the TV and the language ...
... I seem to be able to handle it and love it to. The reception as you run past people is extremely positive! And as I moved up the road, I had flashbacks of Sylvester Stallone running through the streets of philly, to an adoring crowd. Once back at my hut as I decided that today would be more exploration, so I headed I head deeper along the village road and got myself one or two bits and pieces, then it was back to my ...
... bargained for as we were eaten alive by mosquitos, Alice in particular. After tea we visited some local shops in the centre of town, one particular shop which had caught our eye previously was a hammock shop. We found ourselves in this shop for quite a while bargaining down to the very last rupee for a cool hammock chair that I wanted. After I managed to get it better than half price with extra’s included (basically robbing the man blind) did I ...
Goa is refreshingly green with groves of palms, rice paddies, forests, parks with plants and grass everywhere.
We took in two Unesco-site churches, one of which is home to some of the remains of St. Francis Xavier. It seems he was somewhat dismembered following his death, with each arm being taken to some other place to be interred – so it does make one wonder what ...