Presa di Goa Country House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... tear jerker!
As it was the full moon last night, we took a bottle of red wine, some cashew nuts and ourselves down to a quiet spot on the beach and drank and talked under the strong light of the full moon, and it was a lovely romantic way to spend the evening. We’ve been together for 6 years now, give or take a few weeks, and we never tire of these special times together, and we know that we are both so lucky and privileged to be together. It’s ...
... back in India and seeing what the southern people live like. It's definitely cleaner, greener and people tend to be a little bit nicer. That, or I'm just really accustomed to the Indian cultural ways now. For the first time on this trip, I feel I've had a chance to slow down and finally feel like a traveler and not a tourist. It's great. I can negotiate with the best of them and I've become quite accustomed to ignoring pesky vendors until the very moment ...
... Guys shirts were coming off, hands behind head, staring vacantly out to the sea. Girls were messing up their hair, hand on hip and pouting for the camera. It was entertaining to watch. The Nepali guy working at dream catcher would always be asked to take photos, we joked it was his second job. He would roll his eyes at us each time he had to take yet another photo. He said he doesn't like middle class Indians and we could understand it as they kept clicking their fingers at ...
... had an Aveda massage while John finished his latest book and swam in the pool. Later in the day we walked along Dando beach, Candolim. Not a bad beach, except for bits of rubbish that cropped up along its length. We managed to walk to a fortification wall and turrets at the Southern end of the beach. We returned to the Calamari restaurant in the evening and enjoyed some more lovely seafood. We then headed off early to pack and go to bed at a reasonable time as tomorrow we were heading off early to catch a flight to ...
... on our table to set the mood. Ahhh Goa, you are so chill.
By the 3rd day it was time to explore outside of Agonda. Having only rode a scooter by myself one other time in my life, we decided to make the smart decision and test out just how good our insurance policy was. All you people who ride motorcycles can keep the snickering to a minimum please. With keys in hand and a bottle of petrol in our bag, I cautiously get on to try going up and down the bumpy dirt ...