Bamboostix Island Resort
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... serenely by...serene most of the time, when we werent cackling away - Hayley turned out to be a scream! Stopped after some hours for coconut water and a toilet stop (note to self; always pack loo roll on all trips; you never know when you will be faced with an unlocked squat toilet and a rumbling belly), then later for a delicious south Indian thali meal served on a banana leaf. I am becoming quite adept at eating with my hands...might continue doing it in Blighty. All in ...
... posh hotel which was only 5 min on the auto-ricksha from us. We had candlelit dinner by the lake with some Indian wine (which was actually light and spicy) and posh curries which were not the tastiest curries but the ambience was utterly superb and must have been the most romantic place we've ever dined. So the day was full of food contrasts and food adventures - I'm totally enjoying the eclectic mix of places that we visit and the ...
... maybe break a few along the way) and
I will most likely end up eating my words at some point and saying how fabulous
and life changing it was, ha ha!!
Before we left Goa we spent our last few days just chilling
on the beach, chatting to the local boys in the bar, enjoying some tasty food
and the lazy lazy life we’ve become so accustomed to. Scooters took us from
beach to beach and we swam in waves and floated on calm waters. Lanterns were
set off ...
We are neither, so we did not go out in the mid-day sun. Oh, it's hot! I am doing nothing but sitting in the shade, enjoying the view and the light breeze, soaking in sweat. And reading a book on the ipad. I would prefer an actual book, but the ipad packs lighter. In the afternoon I washed my hair, then sat in the shade with wet hair. ...
... in a semi prone position...this is the point that you are very happy that you are wearing trousers...as the arms of the chair extend forward into flat boards, to put your legs up on to. This now resembles some sort of birthing chair which is designed for minimum dignity upon escape. Basically it is one of those fickle pieces of furniture that promise you exotic comfort...but really they are blatantly fibbing. There are a couple of power cuts which only last as ...