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... was at the rear. I could see that the two girls had been pulled over... by the police. My heart sank and a pang of guilt and sickness came over me. I knew I hadn't done anything wrong (including the little bump leaving the car park) but still... I was then pulled over as well. Now, this has never, ever happened to me before (I've never had a run in with the police in any which way, shape or form) and within about 20 seconds, I was seeing the Daily Mail headline ...
Being the good and culturally minded bods that we are, we decided we couldn't just visit the beaches in Goa and should head for a visit to Old Goa in the north of the state. So, to Panaji, Panjim they liked it so much they named it twice. But first we had to get there.
The sleeper on the sleeper:
The Indian train system is a curious mixture of efficiency and modernity and complete chaos. We experienced this in our efforts to book an overnight ...
... Pluto's hotel at about 8:30 or so, and it took another 30 minutes to get checked in. Karl and I decided to have a drink and something to eat, so we went to the bar after dropping our luggage in our room (which was beautiful, by the way). I had an Indian red wine and Karl had an Indian beer (Kingfisher beer) and we shared a pizza. After our dinner we headed right to bed as we were being picked up at the hotel at 5:00 AM for our "superfast air conditioned train" to Agra at 6:00 ...
... very obvious things around us all the time, and we can run the risk of missing the best bits in things, in people, and sometimes in ourselves. Tonight the old women who squatted on the dusty roadside in front of a bunch of sad looking vegetables and wilting blessing flowers looked more proud and strong than ever, the lights from the bikes and cars caught their faces from the side and revealed faces, wrinkled with age hard work and a way of life that back home we would ...
... hard riding ahead of us, not relishing the thought, but heads down and get on with it All went well for 2 days then on the 3rd day disaster struck. We were riding along a wonderful expressway when we were abruptly pulled by the police, our ABS has stopped working and as Brian slammed on the brakes we went into a skid and off we came, suppose it had to happen sometime. Apparently bikes are not allowed on the expressway and the police wanted to fine ...