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Luke started off the day with a splash of bad luck (or is it good luck?), he got pooed on by a bird, not just once but he was pretty covered in it! We had a few hours to kill before we had to catch the bus to Mumbai so we had breakfast in a nice German bakery and sat back on the roof top. The little girl was there again and this time wanted to play catch with us :-).she was only about 3 and I think she was in charge of washing duty. Her family had all their clothes drying on the roof and ...
My last day in Goa was similar to the rest but we did get a
few hours of dry weather so I headed down to the beach to take a few photos. It
was still grey and over overcast with rough seas so it didn't look anything
special but I am sure in the summer months it would be a beautiful place to
spend a few hours.
I was due to leave Goa at 8pm on Tuesday night but upon
arriving at the station Mark and I were told the bus ...
... temple itself wasn't much to look at we decided not to bother going in as it was so busy with actual worshippers. Instead we sat and looked out to sea for a while taking in all the sights and smells and goings ons. There were more 'professional' photographers about and we got asked yet again to be in photos with people. We are becoming quite good at anticipating this now and get up to leave as they start coming over so we can exit swiftly. After exiting swiftly ...
... terrorists opened fire on the restaurant, thanks to the thick cobbled together walls the bullets lodged and nobody was killed. The place feels like Ricks Bar in Casablanca, lots of expats, tourists and locals enjoying overpriced beers and great food. The skies opened while we ate and we enjoyed our first Indian monsoon rains, incidentally it was warmer in the rain than it was in my shower this morning... Should have brought my conditioner ...
... site, attract suppliers of good products for lowest price and get going.
After that, we met a bank: the Kalyan Janata Bank. A cooperative bank. We actually met with the CEO and his board of about 12 people. Again, it is a clear sign of the Indian hospitality and Caring mentality that so many people turn up for this meeting, whereas it is not with a direct business benefit. This is totally impossible in Europe. We had ...