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... and generally much laughter was had. Lemon
sister one to my left offered me a banana lassi from a man carrying around
trays of them and lemons sister two took on the role of Dj whilst sitting
increasingly closer to me. Laughter was had over the subject of marriage, and
various other sisters were introduced….Shoppers would stop and exchange a few
words and a young boy was summoned to act as a translator.
In the evening I went to a buffet
fundraiser with ...
... especially in Cambodia etc. but we can already see that the poverty and rubbish in India is on a whole new scale.
Another uneventful flight to Goa then took a cab for an hour and a half to Palolem beach where we are staying for a few nights. As we were driving along we got to see lots of beautiful women in their brightly coloured saris walking along the side of the road, lots of cows, and Colonial/Portuguese style ...
... in Goa and then I made us walk to our hotel which was incredible expensive due to the festival but had been booked in advance. considering what we were paying I was disappointed by the hotel. Firstly the restaurant had **** furniture and looked like a building site. Our room was quite nice and we had a fridge which made a change. Also the beach was close by so that was good but the festival was still a 30min tuk tuk away so that bummed. Really it was all ok but for the price we paid ...
... Lanka at about the same time as us. Alternatively, there is always Cleethorpes.
Palolem Beach is shorter and narrower that Agonda and at high tide the sea comes all the way up to the top of the beach. It’s also a bit more lively so it feels like the right place to be. We spend a lot of time laughing at the taxi drivers as they ply for trade as we walk to the beach… 'Taxi’ they call, and we respond ‘To ...
... wear? I guess their uniform (button down shirts with matching pants, though somehow that doesn’t seem as dressed up) or a t-shirt and jeans and hard toed boots. I wonder what Indians think when they come to the US and see our construction workers as they are. Maybe they think of them as uncouth, unfashionable vagabonds…
When I went to Goa, it was the only time I’ve truly felt free. It’s a beach town and overrun in the most touristy times ...