Star of the Sea Resort
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... and then Lucas did too. The normal arrival time was 1355 but it will be after 1500. Everyone will do their own thing for dinner. Inevitably somebody will be boring enough to eat in the resort two straight nights.
At the 1445 train stop, Lucas said it was another hour to go. Got off later at Curchorem to take some pix. Unbeknownst to me, the train started to roll. Ray and Lucas also had to scurry aboard. After I go to Andulucian Spain, will I be a boor ...
... prawns, roast beef and potatoes, spinach and ricotta pancakes to fish byriani. The food was very tasty and everyone was back for seconds. Some of us were a little over ambitious on our second helpings... But since the food was oh so tasty we couldn't bring ourselves to leave any, so safe to say we were positively stuffed! After a short food break it was soon time for dessert, the zesty lemon drizzle birthday cake. Candles were ...
... destroyed these delicate structures in order to carve my name out in huge letters. Elmi added “SUCKS” beneath this and then Lauren and I turned the final “S” into a cock and balls. Because we're mature like that. A Polish guy looked on and sadly shook his head.
After dinner at the same family restaurant (the noodles were really good and I thrashed their 11 year old boy at a game of chess [he pouted]) we stopped to gawk at a novel ...
... used to be the so called Red light district of Goa. It has been taken down in 2004 and a few new buildings have now been built, this to get the tourism going. While we were leaving the beach a man came up to ask if we were interested in a trip to a nearby island by boat, after enquiring about the price Uncle Maurice informed him that it was too expensive but did he know about any snorkelling or under water walking (in a tunnel) that was nearby? The man confirmed and said he ...
... of people that were there. I wanted to explore it, and see what I could find. I ended up getting oranges, an anklet, and a punjabi style shirt. Oh yes! and a jewellery box (carved rosewood). Yes, I really liked the market!
Later that afternoon, after Mark and dad tried on their suits (they had some custom made), Mark and I went to the Spice Studio kitchen, for our cooking lessons. I learned how to butterfly and de-vein the prawns, remove the scales and fillet our sea bass, ...