The Camelot Resort
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... the green pastures beyond.
Off we went to track down dolphins off the sinquerim beach ... and what luck we had ..a pair of dolphis almost bumped into our boat in a playful mood much to the joy of the kids on board ! The kids squealed ... loud enough to scare the playful pair right away into the ocean.
From there we reached the capital of goa - Panjim for our lunch. And what a lunch it was at the Delhi Durbaar (Durbaar means the kings courtroom) fit for a ...
... from precarious boulders, banana plantations as far as the eye can see and placid lakes, dotted for miles with the forlorn ruins of the city of Vijayanagara, once the powerful capital of the Empire of the same name. It really is a magical place to behold, as you wander through still-standing majestic temples, palaces and monuments, as well as through other such places of worship razed to the ground in the conquest of the city by the Muslims of the Deccan region. We wandered ...
... prepared by Steve, our host and cook. Sooo good! Don't those tiger prawns look like small lobsters?
We shared our table with Aussies Robyne & Max, and were joined by Alexandra. Tomorrow we walk along the beach for dinner at le Plaz with them.
We made a tuk tuk trip into Mapusa, about 20 minutes south, ostensibly to get some cash ...
... them a plate of stuff for 100 rupees with the help of the shop stall owner next door who was the main salesman in the transaction!!!
We headed back to Baga and had a few drinks on the beach with some Indian and tourist karaoke. We had some songs completely butchered and we were subjected to Metallica's nothing else matters twice as the cops shut down the first rendition!! Back to bed as we were shattered after the days journey!!
... the way home. One night our torchlight shone on at least 25 large cows all waiting patiently at the bus stop, I didn’t like to tell them that the next one wasn’t until 7am in the morning. I couldn’t bear that look of disappointment in those big brown eyes!
Yoga and Ayurvedic treatments are everywhere in Goa. Who needs Boots the Chemist, when a massage or potion or twisting yourself in an uncomfortable position can cure Rheumatism, ...