Alegria - The Goan Village
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... the huts. To head back to the hostel is a little tricky since now it's nighttime and i can't find the exact path i came down from. No matter, i know i will end up on the main road and i feel safe because the area is touristy. A part of me wonders if this is the definition of racism. Making it to the main road, i only need to find the temple now since the hostel is directly behind it. I get stopped by a young indian man standing next ...
... they kicked her out because she was mooching off them. We ended up getting half a gram of Molli from him and after relaxing all day it was time to party. Alex told us to go to a place but there was nothing going on so we went next door to a club called UV. Me Cisco and Kareem are rolling balls and sweating bullets. I don't remember much but what I do remember was dancing with the Indians and drinking tons of beers. It was really nice dipping in the ocean on the way back to the tree ...
... lunch. Luckily there is a little path to take us straight onto our beach at Sinquerim in 5 mins which has 3 bwach shacks& a little walk up further takes you the busier Candolim beach. We may walk up there tomorrow. Will try all the beach shacks in turn. Walked up the main road that we are at the quiet end of & had dinner I quite aposh place, Earthen Oven with a group of drummers & whirling ...
... did a bit of shopping in the little streets.
I also popped into a tour shop to see what activities there might be for me to do. I'd heard about the falls and also the spice plantations, although I never ended up booking these - instead I was won over by Cola Beach which is a privately owned beach back in the south of Goa. I was missing the gorgeous beaches and so ...
We headed out early to explore the market. It took a long walk along Anjuna beach until we reached the market nestled between the bars and restaurants. The market was big, hot and busy. I expected that we would only be there for a couple of hours before we got bored, fed up with haggling and annoyed that we couldn't find anything. However, we ended up being there got around 6 hours, we ...