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... t going to lose out on that and I decided to wait until Delhi for a check on the passport.
We had to walk the last 2.5km but it was worth it. The beach was fantastic and the digs perfect for some seaside R&R. We bumped into another Hampi stalwart there and caught up on the gossip. The rest was just lazy heaven.
... at least until someone suggested we hire mopeds to visit the neighbouring beach up the road. But I had had enough of ...
I heard that there's a flea market that pops up every Wednesday in a town about an hour away from Candolim. The taxi driver on my way in from the airport had warned me that the prices were not that good, but said i should go for the experience. I decide to take the public bus for 10 INR. On the way, a group of young Indian men, maybe in their late teens or early twenties start chatting me up. They are in Goa on vacation from Mumbai. They ask me about what it's like in Canada ...
... skin, the prawn Xacuti was the best we have had so far and had big chunks of onion through it as well, we have already said thank you for the recommendation and I am fairly sure we will end up there again before we leave this part of Goa.
Our train is booked for the 11th December to go to Chennai, we are hoping that the rains will have stopped by the time we get there, although we are not sure, we may get a little wet for a few days yet. That ...
... that had served me all week long. Tis the life. The next morning after getting up to my first alarm in days I strapped on my huge bags and headed to the bus stop. After two buses, 1hr and 45 minutes of bumpy sweaty travel I had successfully made it all by myself (insert huggies commercial song "i'm a big kid now!") to Anjuna beach for a mere 35 rupees (well actually 40 as in typical annoying fashion the bus conductor didn't have change.) This made me very happy as a cab would ...
... great! Once we settled in though, we noticed a sign on our bathroom door that read "please do not flush tissue down the toilet". Whaaaaa? After verifying "authenticity" of the sign with the cleaning crew, apparently we are to put tissue and other garbage in the bins so we don't clog the drains. A bit weird at first but we quickly got over it, making sure the cleaning staff did their rounds often.
Surprisingly, the wifi worked great and was available all around the ...