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... in some backstreet beach hut which for both felt more like a beating and Shelly had her neck cracked which i heard her yelp from the next room. She can now do the full exorcist scene!
We also saw a cow go shopping. (See the pictures.)
That is pretty much it for Goa really. Great time had, best weather so far at above 30 degrees in clear sunshine every day. I am tanned..... Shelly is not! Hahahahaha.
Until our next enthralling blog. ...
Met an Italian lady who'd been coming here for about twenty five years. Conversation sparked through photo taking and it resulted in me being led astray. Past the rocks which I thought was the end point of the beach, there is a path which leads you more uphill and givs you a better view of the overall surrounding. Titi - her nick name, 50-60yrs I reckon, took me up there, where I got some phenomenal pics. Once up ...
... offer. I am now a new owner of a snazzy hammock chair, confirming the fact that we are going to have to splash out on a package home. As we were leaving the hammock shop, Alice got enticed into a lantern shop again robbing this man of a beautiful lantern for next to nothing. I joined in too and got a smaller version since they were so cheap. After enjoying our night time shop we got some rest so that we could continue to bargain with the rest of India ...
... sauve in hooking western travellers than their northern countrymen. They are polite, engaging, they listen and look for an angle to sell. Much harder to say no. One lady was encouraging us to buy from her friend – when I asked what she sold, she said: "Rubbish. But good rubbish."
Elder ladies cut off small pieces of unknown fruit and veg to let us taste – everyone was very ...
... visit by the Queen of Kabbalah herself, Madonna.
Shanti is the perfect word for our trip. We were all so chilled out, really able to relax and rejuvenate. After going (almost) nonstop from China and right into life and work in Delhi, I think it was much needed. And even though we're in the heart of the program I'm working on (please Like CARE India on Facebook!), I'm off again this weekend for Amritsar and the famous Golden Temple.
Until next time,