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... you & then gradually creep around your left side & ends up facing you from out at sea. I was so engrossed in my book the other day that although I thought I was safe under the umbrella it had caught me out & I did get a little burnt on the left side of my forehead, collarbone & neck & as jason kept pointing out the left side of my nose was rosier than the right. I am normally so obsessive about recreaming with the factor 30 as well, if jason ...
... to the limit. As we all know leaky
nappies means more laundry – which Lou loves doing by hand!
Bad Wi-Fi connection
This is a real frustration for Shaff who needs to work and
is spending a lot of time shouting at his laptop in beach shack cafes that
advertise free wifi, so not very chilled! However, I must admit that I am not
missing constantly having my Iphone on me. I miss the instant access to
information, but I ...
... Goa sounded nice. We negotiated a taxi price and left Candolim. On the way, the driver said there wasn't much there and we wouldn't want to stay a night there. This worried us a bit so we consulted our map en route and saw that in fact he was right. There wasn't much other than a few churches and an airport. With this in mind we quickly decided to instead visit Panjim, a town close by that had a bit more to see. The taxi driver obliged and dropped us off in town. ...
... being mostly dark sand, rock and few palm trees but swimming in the Arabian Sea was absolutely amazing. Surprising the water was very clean and warm and the bottom of the sea very sandy. It was such a breath of fresh air to be in Goa and it was immediate how everyone felt like they were no longer in India; a much needed break for those of us having traveled all the way from Kathmandu.
The evening took us to a Baga beach where there is a bit of a night ...
... up and down the tree-lined green well-paved roads of Goa;