Royal Park Beach Resort
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... around an hour before the planned departure and amazingly the train was on time. It was also clear which platform the train was departing from, however it was unclear which part of the platform we should get onto the train. We had been allocated separate seats, Terrie in carriage B3 and John in B1. To quote the immortal Sheldon Cooper logic should dictate that B1 and B3 and separated by one carriage - B2. No, no, no that is too easy and not aligned to Indian Railways philosophy. ...
... about it, with lots of music and fireworks on the beautiful beach. As I'm sure you are all aware a party scene isn't quite my scene! We spent four days in total in Baga and really enjoyed it. Many tourists from Eastern Europe were spotted by myself and Miss Rich. People from Russia mainly. On my birthday, Miss Rich surprised me with a host of birthday presents she had been hiding from me! My favourite was a mini football. We took it to the beach and I showed ...
Having travelled to all the places we had planned to travel a little bit faster than we first thought we had hoped to use our multi flex pass and leave India for Australia a couple of weeks earlier. We have been emailing STA for the past few weeks trying to organise this but they take a few days to reply and we cannot always get internet. This poses a problem as dates that they offered us were no longer available by the time we could ...
... mix. There are bright pretty lamps all over the place with great ambiance and while it's not the cleanest of places I can't really think of any other place like it. It is magical... so is Vagator and many other places around.
Either way we really enjoyed every place around except for Baga, which we had to return to for the night, but we weren't too worried cause we knew we were getting out of there the next day (that was the last night we payed for in advance).
So, we were sitting in Mike's beach shack having a small - or was it a large? - Kingfisher and Dennis came up to us and asked if we fancied a boat trip on the river. Maybe, we say, and he proceeds to offer us a five hour "all inclusive" boat trip, guaranteeing we will see dolphins and all sorts of other wildlife for 850 rupees - about £10!. We'll think about it, we say and wander off for our next Kingfisher ...