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Panjim, the state capital of Goa, reminded us of Kochi. With heavy Portuguese influence, the town is a very pretty place (although with all the rubbish, mess and smell that covers all of India). There is a river that runs through the city, creating a beautiful ambience. Kingfisher even have a Hollywood style sign on the river bed, an example of the slightly quirky and laid back feel of the town. The people are, on the whole, more helpful and polite than the rest of ...
... The Great
Grover Wine Festival which I had seen advertised on huge billboards. True to
Indian nature, it was advertising for nothing and the event was totally
disappointing: one or two stalls, an oversized stage set-up and price of wine
was on top of the ten pound entrance fee! Given that the event was held in some
bizarre modern, ‘urban living experience’, an attempt at creating a western
suburb in Bangalore. Not many people were attending ...
... selling jewellery for a living sounds, we will likely be deported before long,
so we really should leave! We’ve spent much money less here during our time
that anywhere else, as we’ve found some real bargains to stay in, plus the travel
we have done has been cheap, so we won’t leave right this moment, but rather
continue for a while longer to help save some pennies and enjoy our last days. Our
room here is £8 per night and so our daily expenditure is ...
... have a drink with some Indian boys we met yesterday who seemed nice, not the ones who drove us home. While sitting and chatting to them smoking away we suddenly felt really drunk, kirsty in particular. We did not like being drunk like that in India surrounded by so many men, seeing as the festival is 98%.male its a real cock fest if ever I saw one. Feeling vulnerable was well unpleasant so we decided to go hone. The boys we were with knew something was up and actually left us ...
... it was exactly what I had pictured. Perfect :) There isn't much I can say about my following week. I stayed at one of the original beach houses found on Palolem beach. 2 steps and I was on the beach. It was lovely! I did yoga in the middle of the jungle on concrete platforms. Ate yummy fresh food from the beach restaurants. Rented scooters and travelled from beach to beach, checking out the different scenes around. Palolem was the busiest of all ...