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... We packed our bags, so we didn't have to do that tonight or tomorrow morning. Well they are rather full now! :p Time for the beach now. On our way out to the car we ran in to brother Lenny and asked him to join us, and so he did! Both of us still had to buy our last presents for our family members so after arriving at the beach we had a wander around the shops first. There is a shop right next to the restaurant where Uncle Maurice always ...
... manages to crash. I'm too tired to sleep and sit on the balcony, hallucinating...or am I? I'm watching about 8 rats climb the coconut trees in the compound opposite and then jump over to the next coconut tree.
We got up a few hours later and went to get some grub down at the restaurant, and very good it was too. Indian, Goan and usual British stuff on offer. It's Chicken Tikka masala and some chilli Beef for us. Works out about 10 pound with a ...
... most of the accommodation and restaurants are, we are looking forward to exploring a little further out to find those quiet and chilled beaches. Within 10 min of sitting n the beach thurs afternoon we had both relaxed and the memory of Mumbai was a million miles away. We are here now until Sunday so will hopefully do our next blog entry in Singapore with pictures, cross fingers I hope this finds everyone well and we'll be in touch in the next few days. Cheers Bruce and ...
... on the beach. Amazing!
We are leaving Goa tomorrow to head to Mumbai by train, our first train journey in a while. We have a day to spend in Mumbai before heading to the airport for our flight to Bangkok. We have booked up a decent looking place which offered free airport pickups so that's a bonus. We've been researching exchange rates and things to do and are ready for country number 2. Will write again when we can. Love A & ...
... beaches, shamefully ignoring the old colonial capital we were looking for bumming about. We got the impression from our research the beaches in the south are more Thomas Cook brochures rather than backpacker cheap chic! Our first place we headed to was Baga. We are here at the very start of the season and it only took one walk around the place, to realise maybe too early. Certainly no late night trance sessions that we stumbled across.
So we moved ...