La Baga Beach Hotel
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... thing to slowly send you up and out! It was cool!! Not quite as exhilarating as I expected, I guess the same anticipation as with paragliding, but still great fun! Although I didn't get sat on my belt thing properly so was clinging on for dear life so I didn't fall out haha.
So that was that. After here we ended up booking ourselves onto a day trip ...
... stretch of the beach to get a feel of the environment and the vibe in general. In the end I ended up at the open hut bar communal hangout and just looked out at the sea and spoke to those who wanted chit chat. I love it here. Could do it forever. Agonda is popular for it's beauty and the fact that it has become a mad tourist haven. I'm sure that's soon to change! But for now it appears unspoilt and I can walk ...
... there aren’t as many people and Indians looking for some money. Goa is very different from the other places we have visited, it has very chilled out relaxed atmosphere and people here seem to (as I would say) go with the flow.
We walked around and had a good look at some of the shops and stalls that were around. Lloyd being a dumbass lost one of his sandals so we were in search of a new pair. One girl thinking we were completely new to India and the prices tried ...
... rough to
swim in the sea. This was lovely and
after meeting two medics doing some volunteer work before the final year by the
pool side we were joined by Kiah and John who had the same idea as us and then
Danny and Tasha appeared. Our little
gang hung out all afternoon and made plans to go together to Arambol the
following day and share a taxi which would be much easier and quicker than the
bus. That night we ate ...
... for everywhere else (including USA, Mexico, Colombia, Afghanistan, Iran, Poland, Lithuania, Australia, and Canada).
Another major highlight was our measly attempt at extreme sports: paragliding. First we climbed up to a mountain-top cliff. Then, without any guidance or instruction, three men strapped me into some sort of backpack/seat, one of them clipped on behind me, and I lifted off! Off the mountain and over the sea, I was treated to a picturesque view of ...