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... had a drink on the seafront and paddled in the water, before heading back to Margao, for our next bus down to Palolem and then Patnem Beach. The bus ride was sweltering, even though it was late afternoon, and Mr H's back was wet through after only a few minutes! Eventually, we arrived at Palolem, and took a Tuk Tuk to the Sea View Resort near Patnem Beach. Will report on our few days in Patnem/Palolem in our next Blog.
Lots of love
Lyndsey & Martin
... bottle of Tequilla, and everyone skinny dipping in the sea at 4am!!! feeling rough today though!! yuk!
we are all heading to the south of Goa tomorrow, Mal, Milly, Lawry and me! they are pretty cool and works out cheaper to travel together :D
Until the next time peeeps!! :D
Miss you all ..... but not enough to leave just yet.
x x x xx
... I set out from the office for the airport. Unfortunately, getting to the Mumbai airport takes 40 minutes at the best of times... and closer to an hour and a half in heavy traffic (which was of course what we experienced at 5 pm on a Friday). Nevertheless, we made our flight and after another drive north upon our arrival in Goa, we found ourselves being warmly welcomed by the owners of the Meem's Arabian Sea Beach ...
... gave you a free return flight to pop back home after a month away to drop off stuff you didn’t need and pick up some bits you decided you did! That right now, would be fantastic!
We had a bit of a lie in on our final morning and packed up before joining the others for a final brunch of HEINZ! Baked beans on toast followed by banana and honey pancakes. Hopefully we’ll meet up with John and Kiah again in Kerala to do a boat trip with them in about a weeks ...
... we learnt lessons in the hotel booking game that some prices really are too good to be true....
India is not however without its shocks and its more unwelcoming side. As with any country, there are aspects which aren’t mentioned in the guides and that people leave out of their travel stories. As expected of any country which has high levels of poverty, we expected this to be our main shock. Instead however, it’s fair to say it was more a shock ...