Hotel Picnic Plaza
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... was great and the parade even included an environmental group
campaigning for waste management.
Wondering the streets I had the odd
conversation with other revellers, got my face caked in red holi powder and got
invited back home by a bunch of Dutch lesbians. For all I know, in my cut of
jeans and shirt I was probably the screaming personification of homosexuality.
After salvaging my bag from the bus station I managed to reconnect with my
lesbians and danced ...
... we very sadly had to check out of our
beautiful little hut, which had been our sanctuary for the last 25 days (we
didn’t realise that we had been there so long until they told us!) and find
somewhere new to unroll our sleeping bags in, and set up camp until we leave
Goa for good. It was sad to leave the puppy, but we will be back to sneak bits
of our food to him again soon enough I’m sure, he looked bigger when we left
after his rich diet from our ...
... in Goa and then I made us walk to our hotel which was incredible expensive due to the festival but had been booked in advance. considering what we were paying I was disappointed by the hotel. Firstly the restaurant had **** furniture and looked like a building site. Our room was quite nice and we had a fridge which made a change. Also the beach was close by so that was good but the festival was still a 30min tuk tuk away so that bummed. Really it was all ok but for the price we paid ...
... Eventually to Madgaon junction [not Vasco de Gama]. It is warm. Lucas, make Bonkers hire a porter. En route to the transport area, five of them missed our turn, delaying things: the Space Cadets, D2, Big Mama and Mr Sweets. I muttered loud enough to Jenny could hear about people screwing things up.
Suggested to Diane get our own table tonight. Mr Sweets still has his pizza, by now only edible by canines. We got on the wrong bus, delaying things further. The trip ...
... family of the victim felt.
Not in the best mood we walked around Fort Aguada for maybe 30 minutes. This fort was much nicer than Fort Chapora. The fort was built in 1612. It comprises a lower fort with bastions all around and an upper fort. The upper fort was constructed as a vantage point to serve as a fort and a watering station to the ships, while the lower fort offers a safe berth to Portuguese ships. The word "Aguada" means watering place in Portuguese. The ...