Presa di Goa Country House
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... of lemonade which pretty
welcome on a hot day. Apparently the older guy was a government political
member of some sorts. He seemed very interested in the cost of living in
England. After some time, I was escorted into the next room and made to sit on
a chair in front of the TV where some important political presentation was
going on. A bunch of people ponceing about infront of a tent for all I could
tell. I was disturbed at how fully grown men could live in ...
... who travel
for long periods of time, and also by the intense richness of the varied
experiences and realities that these people will see. On the flip side, we do
love having a place to call home, and some simple home comforts. That said, we
are 4 months in to our travels, and considering we have pretty much a bag of
clothes and a few electrical items each, we don’t actually want for much more,
ok ok, well I would like a kitchen again to cook in, and Scotty ...
I was not blessed with sleep for long on the coach as we sped along a very windy road and as the coach swang from side to side I actually began to slid from side to side smashing into the sides of my bunk. I also needed the toilet, it was like 2am. I went to the door to the driver cabin and could see us haring along a dark windy road at a ridiculous speed and i thought more than ever we would die. The door to the driver cabin was locked so I knocked and knocked and just got ignored. I ...
... train but lots of scarecrows. Went for a slash in an Indian toilet, hoping what splashed my big right toe was water. It's approaching 1045 and likely 3H to go. Updated some travel lists to pass the time.
Lucas came by. Lots of bottle shops in Goa, home to the lowest liquor taxes in the country. We will go for fenni tonight and arreck tomorrow. The final group dinner will be at the hotel and early as half of them have to get up in the wee hours of the morning.
... and nobody on the scene knew what to do. The guy of the car started to give him a CPR but I don’t think that he knew what he was doing.
To our surprise an ambulance arrived a few minutes later, they put the guy to the ambulance but if I had to guess I would have to say that he didn’t make it. He was really bad injured.
Tez and I were both really shocked. It was the second accident we witnessed within a few weeks (besides that minibus accident in ...