Abad Turtle Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... for the eating area. It was actually quite tasty - dosa (rice flour based) pancakes with sambal (spicy gravy), chilli chutney and sardines in spices & coconut. I was a bit nervous roughing it, but if i were to get ill, i would have done it already by now. Our driver Mr Biji joined us as well for the late snack. Another day in paradise... ...
... we headed for the Chinese Fishing Nets, this was the system used by the early Chinese settlers and maintained to this day by the locals. It is interesting to watch and attracts a multitude of hawkers and self appointed tourist guides, amongst this mayhem, the day to day life of the fish market carries on. We carried on walking in a huge circle passing the ferry piers that service the different areas ...
... our precious red wine, and watched the fireflies in the trees. Our boat captain wanted to take us to a party, this was his village and his friend had made some coconut liquor. It was one of those times (that don't come around that often...) when we wished we had a guy or two we knew with us: our captain was lovely, but the party would have been a complete sausage fest, we knew. We are yet to see any Indian women out drinking so far, and feel ...
... she had a red blob on her forehead. Needless to say I do not indulge in such frivolous pursuits.
And the good news is that I was able to eat lunch!
This afternoon we decided to go for a walk in order to see the local village. A map was drawn for us (no scale). Just before our departure we could hear thunder. The receptionist (a charming young woman) assured us there would be ...
... had to go. They said they'd met a boring German and it was just not the same so they decided they'd only speak to English people or swedes from now on. We've had such a laugh with them! The weather has definitely knocked up a notch today. Boy its hot! It's got to that stage where we are constantly wet! Now catching a 15 hour train to Kerala from Mageon station, Goa @ 9.30pm. BRING.... IT... ON. I had an awful sleep last night so I'm hoping ill sleep like a log on a bustling, hot, ...