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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... The first morning in Goa saw us all wake up with a rather manic and determined look about the eyeballs. The reason for this: Tannning. With a capital T. We'd been in the warmer climes for nearly 5 months now and as one of Rahul's friends so kindly pointed out we still 'reflected the moonlight'. We were not prepared, on any account, to face the consequential ridicule back home and we were now taking no chances. The result, of course, was a dinner that night full of sore and ...
... mind. The other 4 girls on my tour have been sick with a bug (I seem to have escaped it touch wood!) and so they had an awful night on the train and were desperate for bed once we got to the hotel. All except one who was feeling better by this point so me and her were the only ones who went out to explore! We had breakfast at a cafe on the beach. The beach was very busy, maybe because it's still cool in ...
We've arrived! After a long but fairly smooth journey. It's about 3am in our heads so all we really want is some sleep, but Anjuna (the village) is just waking up. Anjuna is a small coastal village in Goa - it feels a bit more rural jungle at the minute, but we've only just arrived. Time to freshen up and start ...
... the teacher and the only job the boys were allowed to do was smooth the edges of the paper. I feel like if the task is too difficult then the teacher needs to start from the beginning and the boys are not going to learn life skills if the teacher's making everything for them. The boys were very bored and they started messing about and going out the class, each time the teacher yelled at them and threatened them with his stick but ...
... rampant. For such a relaxed environment, I found the local people arrogant and argumentative. One restaurant staff tried to communicate in a demeaning way using something that sounded like Chinese, which he couldn't speak, but found the tonal language funny. I looked at him in the eye and then he said something in Hindi that made the other staff laugh. I responded by saying something in ...