Sunflower Beach Resort
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... I’ve moved out of this stage and some of the frustrations of Bombay (traffic, language barrier etc.) are definitely starting to take their toll on me!
The problems Bombay encounters though are understandable when you look at the numbers. A quick geography lesson; the population density in Bombay is 80,100 people per square mile, which is 20 times as crowded as London (3,900 per sq. mile) and roughly 200 times as crowded as ...
... We packed our bags, so we didn't have to do that tonight or tomorrow morning. Well they are rather full now! :p Time for the beach now. On our way out to the car we ran in to brother Lenny and asked him to join us, and so he did! Both of us still had to buy our last presents for our family members so after arriving at the beach we had a wander around the shops first. There is a shop right next to the restaurant where Uncle Maurice always ...
... when there was a game on......but it was a rare occurence and not a major problem. There was no slang name for the British.....or at least tht's what was said. When we walked around Goa we were always asked if we would like a taxi...........but one day we saw a drunk heat maddened white guy wobbling down the road..no one offered him a lift. The Goan guy we were talking to said "Russian.....always like this". The ...
... came to the conclusion that it was best not to rush into leaving India as we may ever only be here once so we should make the most of it. This now left us wondering what we were going to do for the next few weeks. After thinking about it we realised that this was not necessarily a bad thing being here in Goa for longer than expected as we are in a nice place with a nice room. This means we can take the time to relax and enjoy the ...
... ATM to pay our board but really to buy a ukulele, as I'm going through withdrawal. Gotta strum or die!! Everyone is hiding in the corner for fear I'll ask them to sing.
When you see that bounty of fresh produce in the markets here, you know that there's no food shortage in India.
Big Al has a sore throat, so not feeling too well, he took an ...