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... more fun have been the late night rides after too many Romanoff and cokes. thank goodness at that time the roads were empty.
Well a sad farewell to Benaulim, Goa. I have had a fantastic time. Have met some wonderful friends who have made my time so special. I am sure I will be back in Benaulim. I will be on the road again and heading off to Hampi, Mysore, Cochim and then off to Sri Lanka in the middle of March.
... more intense flavour but are only half the size of ours. (We may seem to go on about food but we either have too less or too much of it or it’s the cause of a stomach upset) We decided that the best way to explore Goa was by bike. There are not many tuck tucks around where we are staying giving you the choice of walking, taxi or bike. We set off south, our aim was to seek out any cheaper accommodation, reach the supermarket and see fort Aguada ...
... I haven't got my rabies shot' but no sooner had we past the gate they had gone. It was actually nice to be out walking in the middle of no where, just green everywhere and the noise of birds. We stop at a shop and got some drinks and decided what to do. We called our taxi driver. We were out and about for a good few hours and our taxi driver Hajim (I think) drove us everywhere, we went to a market where we're hounded, 'Cheap as chips!', 'Have a butchers', ...
... a massage! Christie and Penny opted for the lower leg and foot, to relieve the stresses of being on the road, I opted for the shoulder/neck and head! After a sufficient beating...which we happily paid for, Penny went for her daily walk and who should she find but...Hayley and Matt! We made some extensive New Year's eve plans (lets meet at 8 and enjoy some dinner somewhere on the beach) and went back to beautify ourselves.
Dinner was ...