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... menu out of Scott's hands to tell him what to order as 'what he like?' Well since in India we have discovered to never judge a book by it's cover, but we couldn't help it! I wasn't really feeling this place after we ordered and I think Scott was too. They put ice in Scott's coke so he decided not to drink it which was a wise decision I think! Scott had crispy chicken for starters, they looked good and different.. They had cornflakes as batter, it was ...
So, after my quick exit from Mumbai I was on a random train time; 3.30pm to 1.30am before disembarking somewhere in Goa.
The train was busy and I was surround by two families who I couldn't tell if they were travelling together or had just become quickly equated with one another on the train. They were friendly enough, we exchanged many smiles and then having noticed my lack to preparation by indian standards, who travel with a picnic of chapattis and curry on ...
"How are we doing on the blog?" asked Grant. "There's nothing to say, we havent done anything".
We then got our act together and sorted out a taxi for Fort Aguada about 8 miles away. The Navaratri festival is on and so lots of local people are doing the same as us. The festival is the triumph of good over evil and all the vehicles are festooned with garlands of orange flowers. The road to the fort has many bolltlenecks and tedious car jams. There's lots of ...
... br> No sign of any beach parties yet. There was posters for ones at Hill Top in Vagator though.
A good time was had here, nice atmosphere and good prices. I had a room for rs350 for 4 nights at Top Shop Guest House.
Decided to move on at Christmas Eve, Anjuna population appeared to be shifting slightly from Russian to Brit, Russians probably going home for christmas while the Brits are trying to escape it!
... our books, chilling on the beach and yoga for me and massage for Richie. Arambol was a calling for dinner so we trotted up the beach and we immediately noticed the change in scenery....lots of hippy try hards and their weird annoying children. We went to a place called Olive Garden for dinner, we'd a paneer tikka from the tandoor with a butter naan...yummo!! The crowd were a bit annoying in Arambol so we ****** off quick sharp after dinner and had a few beers ...