Bamboo House Goa
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... and getting into the car, which had been standing in the sun without the engine and therefore the aircon running but with the windows open, resembled getting into an oven. The aircon was good though and it was not long before we began to feel its cooling benefit. Our next stop was a Hindu temple built in the 1960's with money donated by a local singer made-good. We had to run the gauntlet of flower sellers as we went in and also had to remove our shoes. A tip ...
... hearty and it is hard to find lunchtime snacks, especially as salads are rigidly to be avoided! The effect is that we all feel as if we have eaten far too much while we have been here. That evening we returned for Jane's first gathering. Tables and chairs were set up on the beach with search & laser lights roaming the sky. Periodically fireworks were set off by other parties up and down the beach. We paid a set price for the evening which amounted to £15 each which ...
... they were a little dated but quite comfortable. On the verandah there is a wonderful wicker swing chair and a comfortable dining area. We bought some basic provisions and headed for a swim in the pool. Soon after we went to the local shop called Watsons for party provisions as the first night's activity was a bottle party at one of the larger cottages. Everyone was excited and chattering about there experiences so far. Some hds already toured around India, others had their ...
... Indian tourists another reason to drool.
- Thirdly, are the beach dogs. As we’ve come to notice, there are plenty of stray dogs here in India. Most live on the streets, but here they live on the beach. They are friendly and happy dogs who are well accustomed to people. They hang out with the lifeguards, follow us on our beach walks, keep us company at our restaurant table, and overall ...
... that and my deafness due to his constant horn blaring! The consequence being that we spent two more hours in an airport than necessary...
Flight delayed and we hadn't visited the ATM and so had very few rupees going through security and ended up sharing a cheese sandwich as we waited for the flight to Mumbai. The airport in Mumbai had the biggest military presence we had seen so far not helped by the fact that we 'nipped out' of the terminal building looking for a fag for Niamh ...