Vila Goesa Beach Resort
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... for the rest of India. After multiple samosas,a few bhajis (which turns out to be a curry dish here?!) trips to the travel agents and trying to sneak onto people's wifi, we came up with a plan (with the aid of our decision dice when we became to tired to plan anymore!) Relieved, if a bit disappointed, by our decision to speed up our India section of the trip (but excited by what we had planned for later on in the year!) we spent the rest of the day ...
... dinner with me (supposedly ALL her other friends were out of town) on
her birthday and insisted on paying for it all herself.
By the Friday I rather fancied a drink.
Went to dinner with Lydie and Mathieu from France at Little Italy which even
did wine. It’s self explanatory that most expats don’t have a sense for normal
amounts of money given that they thought a £20 bottle of wine was a pretty good
deal. Following dinner it was onto an expat shindig - ...
... to budgeting properly,
and we just don’t want our journey to end yet if we run out of money
prematurely – we will miss you guys and be raising a toast to you on NYE for
sure. We leave Goa on the 7th Jan and make our way to Auroville for
our last dose of Indian full power spirituality before we wave goodbye for the
final time to this fascinating crazy sub-continent and fly to Cambodia for some
further fun and adventure, and of course the ...
... place so no big deal so I thought. In the morning I had an angry message saying how we promised to meet them and never did and they will never help any English girls again. My thoughts on this was, when I accepted a lift I did not sign anything saying this was in exchange for my obedience and why are you so possessive and don't offer to help people if you require some sort of unspoken payment. To add to my annoyance we got on the train but now I had to cancel it as we had bought ...
... is yet again lined with accommodations and awesome places to chill for us lucky tourists. So much work for them, but awesome for us! I got the first of my trip tattoos (hehe sorry mom!) while I was in Calangute so I could only spend so much time at the beach, and in the water for that matter. I had a great balance of sitting/chilling and aimless wandering. Being in south Goa before the season started was great and slightly annoying at the same time. ...