Resort Village Royale
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The first thing I said to Rob when we arrived in Goa was OMG there are pavements here....and the roads aren't that bad!!! If you've spent time in India you would understand smashing your head in a rickshaw every two minutes because of the bumpy road is not fun!
We were here for six days splitting our time between the quiet village of Anjuna in the north of the state and then a place ...
... Down to my last 8 dollars, carefully budgeting my spending. Had a nice tofu burger at the German Bakery. Stanley agreed to take me to the airport for much less then he usually charges . Thirty hours of traveling arriving with great joy and relief to see Laird waiting for me at the airport. Nice day together arriving home about 8 pm . Bath and bed. The end is just a new ...
... and I love cross country, what I don't like is my life being in the hands of a small child while I'm on the back of his motorbike with no helmet and with no indication that they cared about danger. So there I was, sat on this bike going down a couple of roads wondering what could possibly lay before me. It was only to get more terrifying. We were in a convoy of four each on the back of the bikes and we went down a more country lane and then before you knew it we were next ...
... that were around were families rather than young people or older couples. We visited Anjuna a popular tourist destination and discovered where they hold their local flea market. Unfortunately the place looked like a ghost town rather than the busy hub of life that you can imagine it would be like on market day. After Anjuna we made our way to Morijim as we had heard that the beaches in northern goa past the party towns are notorious ...
... the pockets of corrupt politicians. He was also very open about how he got his driving licence. Having passed the written test (you can’t get round this but it is very easy), you go to the test centre where you hook up with a tout. You pay the tout the going rate and he, for the purposes of being seen to do the right thing, will ask you to get in the testers car and just drive around the corner. Irrespective of how ...