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... time and wishes made again. Goa is such a sanitised version of
India, but we love it behind the creatures of habit that we are! Our batteries
felt pretty recharged as we left the beach, and we will come back again to
recharge in a short while. For now our plans take us southbound, and to our houseboat
trip in Allepey Kerela, India’s most southerly state.
We watched our final sunset, drank our final beers on
Palolem beach, said our “see you ...
... on the inside as well as on the outside of a bathroom door ...at night from the terrace of our hotel I witnessed a singing contest between a local imam and a howling dog - hard to say which one was lovelier - see here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-e_jb4p de0 to make up your own mind ...we had a beer on the beach in Aleppey coupled with some spicy pepper and banana fritters! ...we took a backwaters cruise and Kama rode an elephant - both experiences great ...
... to keep score during rummy tournaments and have a happy marriage.
38. Just because you think your husband knows you need your purse doesn't mean he doesn't need to be told he needs to grab it.
37. We don’t hug our trash collectors enough.
36. When the electricity goes out unexpectedly, turn off the electric stove so that when the power is restored while you’re out touring the city, the handle of the coffee ...
... than our previous taste. These shops memorized me as they are full of bags and bags of crisps in all varieties and you can watch some being fried fresh and then order however many grams you like.
We stayed in a basic guesthouse, with an awesome rooftop cafe (although the service was very slow), just a short walk from the beach. The stretch of beach we strolled to was the dirtiest (full of litter) beach I think I have ever seen. Shame really as the sand ...
Birds - caw, whistle, trill. One says ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch. One says wheat-wheat-wheat. One says Tweesk, tweesk, tweesk. Frogs, I think Music - right now from another houseboat. Seems to be some sort of Indian pop. Calls to prayers (I think) - it's a call-and-response pattern, very repetitive. Feet scurrying over the ...