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... potential time behind bars (they've toughened up their rules and this has happened a few times of late).
My time on the bike had filled my third and final month perfectly giving me what I hoped it would; a more local experience, away from the heavy movement of the western traveller. During my three months in India I'd covered both totally unchartered land ...
... cages and I'm helping to feed the animals and take care of the puppies and kittens that are so small that they need hand feeding. We will stay here over Christmas because the staff have days off and the shelter is a bit under staffed. If I had nothing else to do I think I could stay here forever. The work is so important because there are so many animals here that really need help.
... in the sun for a coffee and chat, turns out that Raj had played cricket for India U21's but gave up to join the army as there was no money in cricket in the 80s!
I wasn't completely idle in my time there, I got up early one morning for a sunrise dolphin spotting boat ride. The Frenchies and I rented bikes for the day and headed to Old Goa (very little to see) and came back along some of the other Goan beaches which cemented the fact we'd picked the right beach - ...
... loudly even though it's silent to an outsider and at the end, singing along, usually loudly and badly! We went to a couple here and loved the cheesy tunes on one channel, and found some much anticipated jungle to have a proper dance to. We met some fun people at both and have seen them about since. After the party finishes at 4, we carry on the party at a 24 hour bar we discovered called Cocktails and Dreams usually until 9 or so and we realise ...
Yesterday we woke up early and got a taxi to the airport, where the driver tried to pull the 'I need 10R extra for parking' speech we seem to get regularly. Our flight to Goa stopped in Bangalore (supposed to be Mumbai) to drop off some passengers, and it was fascinating to watch fifteen men clean and prepare the flight. Arriving in Goa the temperature was 30degrees and the sky cloudy. We were ...