Travel Blogs from Bardez
... can see in the picture but it was all I needed, three of us in the front of a pick up truck and off we went, through the backstreets, sometimes driving through parts of the highway then back into back ways as he constantly received calls from someone who was guiding him through every step of the way to avoid any road blocks.
Remarkably i got to the airport precisely one hour before my flight was due to leave... I have no idea how and who I need to thank for it ...
... we didnt want to go in there straight away but promised the owner we would come in on the way back. They kept trying to sell us pashmina, well we have enough of that now! Haha. Clíona has found her last present, now Miriam still had to look for hers.. On the way back to the restaurant we remembered we promised to go in to this man's shop and we found Miriam's last present there! Yay! Time for a swim now! Going into the sea is so nice and ...
... nutmeg, chilly peppers, etc and at the end of the tour we got to pick our own pineapples and bananas! Susie and Matthew also introduced us to lots of typical Kerala food and we now have two new favourite breakfast foods (all gluten free!). One is called Puutu and is made of rice dough that is put in a steamer together with fresh coconut and then served with banana and honey, this one was so delicious that we had to buy a Puutu maker to bring home:) The other one is ...
... in proper agony. To top it all off he decided that he felt a bit sick and a little chunder would help. So he did. I felt helpless and well sorry for him. Luckily after not too long he a seemed to get off to sleep. As had been the trend we woke up feeling spritely again. Gent said he had had a pretty sleepless night and I had my usual multiple visits to the toilet. We spent pretty much all day Tuesday reading. I had finished reading probably the fourth book ever of my life ...
Goa is very laid back. We're loving it. We have forgotten we're still in India - we could be at Bryon Bay! We were offered hooch within minutes of arriving. We were going to see the Ajunta Caves, but we're happy to just hang out here for the next 5 days instead. Its the perfect place to be for the Holi Festival at the full moon on 27 March.
We are staying in a brand new wooden beach hut for a couple of nights. It has a european toilet, hot water and a/c for 1,500 rupees ...
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