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Posted by Kian.
Good writing is supposed to have a theme, or so I'm told. But I am one of those radical types, a scofflaw, if you will, and I thumb my nose at tradition and so-called "rules." So, in that vein, here are some random thoughts on the last few days of my life in India:
1. The old alcoholics of Goa.
Goa is a …
... and party into the night. It is different from what we imagined but surprisingly better. Today was a special day for two people in the group. Firstly it was Lauren's birthday and secondly it was the anniversary of my breast cancer surgery one year ago. So the group got down to some serious celebrating with cocktails on the patio, then drinks at Curlies the local bar below our ...
... de Anjuna beach, une ancienne cité portugaise avec qq eglises et basiliques d'époques coloniales. Tres sympa. Sur la route, je suis tombé sur un site de Syngenta! Papa, t'as pas envie de bouger la bas? :)) j'ai pensé à toi!
Quelques photos tout de meme pour vous montrer le coin!
system with lots of UV lights. We joined
the local Indian men and a few other hippy westerners in throwing some dubious
shapes to some old trance music. These
northern areas of Goa have their fair share of aging rockers and 70’s hippy
types that seem to drink 24 hours a day while trying to hold on to their
youth. Us young un’s couldn’t keep up so
at 2.30am we called it a night and turned down ...
... are catholic turns out after the Portuguese colonised it in the 16th century. We then got caught in a monsoon on the way home and had to stop frequently as the water made large pot-holes look like puddles which almost led to accidents at least twice. No more Indian roads for me.
Now heading south to Kerala
Sorry still no photos (actually I just got scared and I'm just hiding in milton keyes)