Tio Carmino Hotel
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... use when I was a little sunburnt and let me have free reign of their iPod which was hooked up to the stereo so we had a few old tunes rocking out - was good fun. The beach was absolutely gorgeous too, white sands, blue water and green backgrounds :-) lush.
On my return to Baga I headed down to the beach for lunch and ended up chatting to a group that ...
... pressure points, oils, and has a whole philosophical background - a relaxing, fantastic experience! I did have to deal with being almost naked in front of a strange man though! (Mick was outside the door just in case anything was happening that I wasn't at ease with!!!) He started off with an Indian head massage with me sat in a chair with my head tipped back. Lots of tapping, patting, flicking and squeezing my oil drenched scalp! It felt ...
We didn't start off goa to a good start as on the first night I was up all night with a tummy bug, it was not fun! So the next day we didn’t do much apart from sleep, read and go to the internet café for a bit. Still feeling delicate we went out for tea, unfortunately I was unable to eat my meal so Lloyd helpfully stepped in and had two teas and a pudding! This being lasagne and chips, braisen steak and chocolate pudding! God knows where he puts it all! I went to bed that ...
... br> Danny and Tasha are from Leeds! Danny is
quite a character, loud and quite crude but very funny. They were all very friendly and invited us to
meet them back at the restaurant at 9pm as they were going for drinks. We spent the afternoon pottering down to the
beach to find disappointingly that it was covered in oil and the sea was very
brown. I knew Goa wasn’t quite the same
as the white sands of other countries, ...
Namaste and Happy New Year!
2011 was certainly a big year for me: I graduated from college, embarked on this Asian adventure, saw and experienced so many spectacular things. It was unforgettable to say the least. I can't wait to see what this year holds, but first let's recap my latest travels.
To be honest, the "Silicon Valley" of India was nothing to write home about. At least from what we were able to see in two days. But after speaking with ...