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Day started early and met up with a couple from my tour and went on a coach tour to the waterfalls and spice gardens. After a change of bus in the capital and 2 hours in a mini bus. Arrived at the falls. Got into a Jeep where we had what can only be described as an extremely bumpy 9km ride up to the main falls. Lots of monkeys around, and for the first time they were ...
... think road rage has landed here yet.
Margao was unremarkable. We ticked off all the sights in Lonely Planet and were done in a couple of hours and it really was hot so we ventured back for another 18 pence worth and headed for a late lunch (spicy potato wedges!) by the pool.
The day after Margao, we spent a lazy day on the beach. I think the last two photos just about sum it up without the need for any more rubbish from me...
... some of the things she was saying. Im really glad I booked with elaine as she's so genuine and she didn't make things sound nicer than they are or anything, most of the people here and annoyed with their companies for giving them wrong info or not telling idex they were coming or lying about the projects or the camp etc, and elaine offers the oreintation week and im so glad she suggested doing it as it was so nice to see some other parts of india and bond as a group in that first week.
... pool (and slide), kids club, bikes and all sorts of other sports for them to do if they wanted. We all had a temple and fort-free relaxing few days, just what we needed before hitting Mumbai and the last phase of our trip to India.
Georgie celebrated her 23rd birthday on the 6th which was lots of fun. We all went out for dinner the night before (Saturday night) to a ...
... the day you don’t get in there. Cannabis is being
smoked openly here in Anjuna, people even skin up in the restaurants after
The music is pumping trance and dance music during the day
at the beach shacks and they’re all still desperately clinging onto their past
with psychedelic paintings on the walls. Goa still attracts quite a few hippies
and you see a lot of them here. You do get see some very strange characters
though and we ...