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... out finding the post office was the biggest mission. Sadly, we could only find the signposts to the Mahalaxmi temple and Jama Masjid - the buildings themselves appearing to have vanished from sight, or at least accessibility. Luckily they weren't a long walk from the town centre and I must have seen a thousand and one temples in India by now. Our last day was almost an ordeal... saved by a very apologetic manager. But without going into details I'll say it did result in ...
... remarkably similar to Zante, with bars along the beach and a multitude of blokes trying to sell you laser pens, light up glasses and other such pointless stuff of a night time. Still, you can lay all day on the vast beach, do some watersports and actually go into places that are open so can't complain. My advice would be for Goa, to do more research than asking one girl you've never met before, and have a few hotels lines up, or you might find yourself hopping from resort ...
Yes, I am still alive.
Where did I get to? Oh yes, I had just arrived in Mumbai and said I thought I would like it.
I didn't. Actually, that’s not fair. I just found it quite a difficult place to be alone – probably down to me being a white woman an’ all. There is a lot of staring and people wanting their photo taken with you - at one stage the police came over waving sticks to move them on! Still, ...
... at you’!!
A few minutes later a man appeared bearing something that resembled a thick plastic toothpick. He wanted to clean David’s ears with it, he even had a book of hand written testimonials reviewing his services!
We did however always buy from the fruit lady who would sit down by your bed, peel a really fresh juicy pineapple and slice it all up for a few rupees, I also bought a really crazy pair of silky harem pants to replace the ...
... 60's lighting the "Diyas" and also placing
Incense stick(agarbatti) around the fort..
As a curiosity we asked him who exactly he was..Suresh Vishnu Sawant..
Eery evening he comes to the fort and light's the Diyad in the fort as well he aslo take care that there's no posionous insects inside the fort whcih can hurt the visiting people...
he also did try asking help ...