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... to me. Candolim was deserted with big waves which I could tell would pull you right out to sea. Calangute was even busier than Baga with Indian tourists but not as much in the way of nightlife. Nightlife at Baga was much better, on our first night we stayed at a bar on the beach but the second we ended up going to a club with the German girl. We had started at dream catcher where we met two guys from Saudi Arabia. They weren't allowed to drink in their own country so saved the ...
... look real so my trip is pretty much paid for. With those 2 purchases I've saved about 245$. Some acid head with banana all over his face told us not to buy them. He was scaring the **** out of all of us because we didn't realize it was not boogers. The kid started telling at him and the kid put up his fists like he wanted the fight. The bum backed off and while doing so took some old dirty sandals out of his bag and presented them to me as a present, I didn't take them. We ...
... in some backstreet beach hut which for both felt more like a beating and Shelly had her neck cracked which i heard her yelp from the next room. She can now do the full exorcist scene!
We also saw a cow go shopping. (See the pictures.)
That is pretty much it for Goa really. Great time had, best weather so far at above 30 degrees in clear sunshine every day. I am tanned..... Shelly is not! Hahahahaha.
Until our next enthralling blog. ...
... steps onto the beach. Using WhatsApp to message Eric back home, he tells me to Skype him right away! It happened to be Chinese New Year's eve back in Canada and some of our family on my side were having dinner at Peking Restaurant (this time an intentional small plug here). What a great surprise it was to see them all :) I especially appreciated it when they kept telling me they were eating my share of the lobster and crab, as well as drinking my share of the good booze. On the ...
... with a small garland of flowers, and a small red dot of something dabbed onto our foreheads, we are now faux Indians! The tour was excellent! The guide showed us all the different spice plants. It is really something to see the actual plant, the spice, and taste or smell the fresh leaf. On the tour, we crossed a creek with the 'token' elephant in it and the 'taken' tourist giving it a bath, and the idiot tourist, (me), taking a picture of it all happening! At ...