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Day 16 Goa There's a whole community of folk here from England who come here twice a year for about a month at a time - depending on whether they are retired or not! They see the same crowd each time and love it! A lot of them are the barfly types - as alcohol is really cheap here! Just had an amazing Ayurvedic Massage for about £12! It took over an hour and was incredible! Ayurvedic massage is a type of hard body massage from ancient India. ...
... 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 ...
setting as ours. For a late lunch we
went to Yash’s restaurant, one of the few places that had some other people
eating. There were two other young couples there who seemed to know each other
and were having quite a loud conversation about Thailand between their
tables. We butted in and joined their
conversation. Kiah and John are from New
Jersey, while typically after travelling miles from home the other ...
... and you’ll get a better deal. We in the end got our taxi from the airport to Vagator for 600 rupees. Which is a considerable daily wage for that driver even after petrol costs.
But anyway, have loved Palolem and I’m sad to leave! Even the annoying boat guy, the constant taxi hounding on the road and dogs barking like a mexican wave down the beach. It’s been fun but I must leave as I can’t afford the prices here anymore!! Back to budget ...
... one has to worry we can say that not one speedboat or jetski to be seen, maybe a life guard every half hour drives up the beach, maybe, a safe enough environment to learn in but you are pretty much on your own, something quite nice about it just not really what we're used to.
o Simon signed us off and certified us to level 2, so we are officially IKO Certified to an intermediate level, wohooo! happy happy and time to leave!!!!