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... the tailors with my treasures, the woman asks me to visit her shop now. I figure why not, especially since i now need some scarves to go with my dresses. She shows me a few scarves and i'm not super impressed. They're rather plain, but i figure if it's only a few dollars, it's worth it. I pick one that i feel goes best with my new dresses. She tells me the scarf is 900 rupees. Now, i know there is always room for negotiations in India, but how could i possibly spend more on ...
... s Breakfast Home, it's in the guide books as the place to go for breakfast and they are not wrong, fantastic filter coffee with eggs any way you want and side order of either bacon, sausages or Chourzo (Goan Chorizo) which does taste like Chorizo spicy and smoky with a little bit of heat, yum yum indeed, we spent several hours there this morning reading the newspapers and relaxing while chatting with the owners family and recommending the eggs ...
... and we ate dosas and a thali without them. By the time the German couple found us the proprietor was about to close up. So we found an open tourist joint and re-ate there.
The boys had never reappeared and only did so while we chatted back at Alex's guest-house. A few short minutes later and they left again to source some sort of drugs. They returned an hour later and immediately left again to share their stash of drugs with a fellow tourist. ...
... around an hour before the planned departure and amazingly the train was on time. It was also clear which platform the train was departing from, however it was unclear which part of the platform we should get onto the train. We had been allocated separate seats, Terrie in carriage B3 and John in B1. To quote the immortal Sheldon Cooper logic should dictate that B1 and B3 and separated by one carriage - B2. No, no, no that is too easy and not aligned to Indian Railways philosophy. ...
We arrived at Prison hostel greeted by a security guard who I'm sure was drunk. It was still pretty early so the reception staff had not yet arrived for work. We sat in the common room a little apprehensive as we were surrounded by bodies passed out on the sofas clearly still inebriated from the night before. We were later shown to our room which was still filled with 'stinky boys' frantically trying to check out. We decided to go straight to the beach with Saulo ...