Om Shiv Hotel
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... lovely salad or tandoori chicken. We watch the lights of the fishing boats and listen to the waves crash onto the beach.
At our hut, regulars stop by and wave as they pass, we feel at home..
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For us it is annoying to forever fill out duplicate or triplicate forms. The thought that so many of our passport copies floating around India makes us uneasy. But what to do? "It ...
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It's gone now and I am feeling GREAT again, very happy.
I get the odd cramps etc but I have just learnt to deal with this. I got some local tablets and took them for 3 days, they were brilliant. A lot better than the imodium back home that I used, every time it made me throw up and didn't stop a thing. Enough gruesomeness and onto what we've actually been up too.
... Goan temple. And finally the top part of the temple has never been completed. The small, beautifully carved and perfectly proportioned black basalt temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is ...
... 1566. Shortly after shifting, both the original temples got demolished. Now the plot on which the original temple of Shree Shantadurga stood at Keloshi is known as "Deoolbhata" and it is in the possession of the temple trust. However, at Kushasthali it is believed that a Church stands in place of Shree Mangesh temple.
The village Kavalem belonged to the Harijan community. The people from the village were kind enough to provide a safe place for installation ...
... Lanka, a charming restaurant and relaxing cushioned area, set right on the beach. It was by far the nicest beach hut we'd stayed in too. The waves here were just as big and our days consisted of hitting the beach, getting battered by the waves, then a lot of reading. We did head into Arumbol which was a town just nearby when we needed supplies, or to use the internet. It was nice and everything in the place reeked of hippy.
Just like in Vietnam ...