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asked for one so initially and rather perplexedly refused, but after her rather
insistent nature I finally accepted it. Inside the folded napkin someone had
written a note. Turned out it was the Indian girl who had been on the same
coach as I on the way to Goa. Separating the layers of the tissue I scribbled a
response and had the go-between air hostess full fill her duties.
I wasn’t terribly impressed with this Air
Asia flight. The plane ...
Today we went for a boat ride up the river at the North end of the beach. The boat was a typical wooden boat with a wooden pontoon, like an outrigger, our guide used a pole to maneuver the boat. We felt like we were in a gondola. It was quiet and peaceful going ...
... of life is cheaper; although locals say it's increasingly getting expensive because of tourism levels. Madgaon train station is so much smaller than Mumbai! There are motorbikes and big food bags stacked up at the platforms ready to be sent on trains, men sleeping on them, it's just so crazy! Waited for our platform to show, trust it to be platform 2 - the furthest away! Over the fly over and over to the platform, we walked down to the bottom hoping that if ...
... food down here. So flavoursome it is unbelievable. I’m thinking of taking on a couple of cookery courses whilst here so we can hook it all up when we get back. One of the guys running courses here seems to have had a very successful cheffing career but said he now runs courses in order to do a bit for the country. “If I teach you to cook with these spices then you will want to buy these spices that only come from ...
... taped to the door of the first bus from the story above. Elmi started arguing vehemently, but the conductor just shrugged and squeezed his way back to the front of the bus.
We immediately started asking the locals around us what they were charged to go to Palolem. Some feigned an inability to understand. Several couldn't seem to remember how much they had just paid. Either way the message was clear; we were being abandoned to our ...