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... local roads as there is no direct access. The beach is a typical Australian sandy beach. Very long and dotted with restaurants (beach shacks) and the wooden beach lounges. It appears visitors to the beach prefer to rest on these more than do it Aussie style and lie on the sand. I was to later discover that the sand temperatures are quite extreme, so lying on the sand is probably not the most preferred option for a "beachie" to adopt.
Keeping in mind that it is ...
... and 30 degrees). In the last 9 days I’ve drove over 3,000 km in the suicidal Indian traffic. Goa is the right place to kick back and relax. Next I found out that I have drunk no coffee for a long time. Daily goal for tomorrow: cook plenty of coffee and drink it.
Also a beer I had no longer. When I arrived in Arambol (Goa), I saw the next to ...
... 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
... everyone dressed in their red outfits to bring lots of good luck and prosperity to the new year. We were so relaxed in our beach hut that we forgot how thin the walls were and had to be warned by the security guard to keep it down as other guests were sleeping, whoops.
The next few days went by in a suitably chilled out fashion. Mandrem has a lovely community of European families and young couples enjoying yoga and a wide clean beach. We liked ...
... and tell all their freinds!
With Dan, this young chap demanded...... 'NAME PLEASE'!
We made friends with a guy called Sandeep running this beach shack...chatted to him for a few hours and did some people/ animal watching.
Baga seems a more upmarket place, had a stoll round the shops and tried some street sweetcorn....with no unpleasant ...