Maria Rosa Resort
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... our own wee paradise! Our accommodation was a picturesque little beach hut, with its own little hammock out front, in a brilliant forrest maze just off the beach. So close in fact that we wake up to the sound of crashing waves. The complex has two lovely restaurants, provides free water, breakfast, afternoon chai tea and cake as well as the best service you're ever likely to find, and all this for a mere £13 a ...
... their tasty sandwiches to take away for dinner on the train. Sadly Becca couldn't have a sandwich due to her wheat allergies so she opted for an omelet and some salad, equally delicious just not so easy to transport....
All stocked up for dinner we headed back to Candy Floss homes to gather our bags. We called in to say a quick goodbye to Sophy and also made sure to collect some of the leftover birthday cake to take with ...
... the beach. Part of a film or, more likely, advertisement was being filmed. Huge lights and unidentifiable film structures were set up on a small square of beach. In the centre of this a group of scantily clad Indian ladies and men performed a poorly choreographed dance. We watched, along with a horde of others, as the same few moves were endlessly repeated. One of the pieces involved using beach towels as a sort of gymnast's ribbon. It was just awful, but entertaining ...
... had to keep planning our trip and write a few more articles for the blog. At least we woke up late and had breakfast in bed :)
Between writing and relaxing we went out very quickly. In the afternoon we arranged a taxi to pick us up at 6.00 the next morning because the ride from Baga to Madgaon was supposed to be a little bit more than one hour by car. We negotiated the final price and ended up paying IR 1,250. We were ready to depart.
We didn’t have ...
... by the children because today was a public holiday and no one had to go to school. The children all loved to dance, and put on a sort of concert for us. One of the children was a girl of 16 years. She is studying to be an engineer and dances, plays the guitar and the piano very well. She also acts as a mother figure to most of the younger children. All the volunteers were very impressed. Yesterday we saw six women that didn't have any hope at all, ...