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... and i head back to meet up with the rest of our party. We decide to head to a different bar that is playing more chill beats. We are stopped at the entrance to the bar and told that we may not enter. "No Indians allowed", proclaims the bouncer. We are eight tourists in total, two of which are from other parts of India. The natives are shocked. They have never heard of such a thing. To be refused entry in their own country, for being from their own ...
Goa means many things to many people. An old Portuguese settlement, beaches abound, mega resorts, crazy trance parties or something in between. It's a place to loose yourself, to get stuck in wondering where the time has gone when you realize you've been here for a week or two or more and you've done little but whittled the day away on the beach. You can head to the peaceful beaches of south Goa to getaway from it all, the ...
... visits and walking around the Pennsylvania University Campus. John also managed to get his hair cut - the barber was surprised to see a white chap amble in to his shop. The barbershop catered mainly to African Americans and the barber was a Thai chap with a strong African American accent. The Thai barber was happy to have an Australian on his premises as it gave the place a more "international flavour"! On the Monday I opened the curtains of my hotel room to see a generous ...
... colony in India, which only became part of India in 1961, 14 years after independence, when the Indian army marched in and claimed it from the Portuguese. Goa has a historical center from the Portuguese, but nowadays it is best known as a tropical beach paradise, an Indian state with a beach resort for every taste from those desiring a tranquil paradise to those needing a nightly druggie trance party.
... once again had the booth to ourselves. Amazingly, the sickness that had confined us (particularly Dave) to our cell in Mumbai for the 24 hours preceding our journey had held off. We didn't like to think what would have happened if we'd urgently needed the toilet in the night.
The train had been an hour and a half late out of Mumbai, and this turned into a 3 hour delay on arrival into Madgaon Junction. Happily however this provided us with a perfect change onto ...