Silver Sands Hideaway
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... drove along a busy road, across a very windy bridge to Old Goa, 9km away. Here stood a cluster of old white and red stone churches lying within manicured grounds, slowly filling with domestic tourists and their excitement in purchasing every kind of item from the street stalls, including a handheld, very fluffy monster with stompy feet that I myself owned aged 10. We then drove to Margos Reis fort, an old fort turned ex-prison that has been completely renovated, sitting proudly on ...
... ago. The bar is under a large canopy, which gives it a kind of Goan beach shack feel although it is not on the beach. As many other makeshift structures such as the beach shacks close during monsoon season, I was surprised to find L'Orange open- even the BBQ was roaring away. The food at this bar is awesome, but they're best known for their grill. I had to take advantage with grilled fish and some ...
... from the door, and she was very confused and mad about it. I would be completely upset as well. Why are these men who don’t even work on the train telling her she can’t stand here!? Well we pretty much came to the conclusion they couldn’t have an accidental death of the only white girl on the train! They were looking out for her safety and their own asses. After understanding that we kind of gave in and we fine with ...
... tomorrow :) So dinner with Mick, Tina and there two good mates, sorry forgot there names already. Im not the best with names. Anyway I had my first meat dinner in the RUSTIC restaurant in a field. I was really struggling to enjoy what tasted like amazing tandoori chicken because of all the rats above us in the roof. I kid you not there must have been over 50 rats... I said are they rats? Both couples ...
... chill out and relax – one thing that got annoying is that we were offered drugs multiple times on a nightly basis, when you’re walking home in the dark the last thing you want (depending on your stance on drugs of course) is someone jumping out the shadows offering you all sorts of narcotics (Ambreen the torch is coming in very handy thank you so much!) that aside we had a nice time in Anjuna, it was busier than Mandrem but not crazy busy – just ...