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... than done. At the exit I was stopped by a guard saying “no sir you
can’t leave” – naturally I retorted along the lines of “Come on, you’ve got to
be kidding – I’m more likely to be danger to you in here than if you let me out
– my ex can let you know how grumpy I get when I’m hungry!” Apparently I needed
permission from the dear airline office lady to leave and shortly after I was
befriended by a ...
music until the wee hours, sometimes a little too wee as one night when we
looked over our shoulder we realised that the staff were all asleep on the
cushions in the restaurant behind us as we were still up and it really was past
bed time, but the staff were still hanging around in case we wanted another
drink, bless them! Bumping into some new people, from a totally different scene
to those we have met so far has been great fun, and we imagine that this ...
... is no such thing as a causal meeting in India, they can't just chat to you and go they always want a meeting point or time or something. Finally the festival was over. On the way out we met a guy heading to our hotel area in his jeep with his friends and hitched a lift. Goa roads are not designed for one of the biggest techno festivals and so it took us 4 hours to get home. The Indian guys we met were nice, infact we liked them a lot accept the guy we had originally met who seemed ...
... It was clear in my mind while walking up to the beach, what my answer was to my friends' question... Ocean baby. All the way, Ocean. The sound of the waves, the smell of the sea. The sun, the surf, the sand... I was home! Lol The next morning, I woke up to rain.. It rained literally all day and it continued for the following two days. Luckily, my friends own a guesthouse and I had a lovely AC room with my own fridge, tv and bathroom. Not a bad way to ...
13th Jan - 12th Feb London -> Mumbai -> Anjuna -> Arambol -> Palolem Scooter day trips to ; Vagator, Ashwem, Baga, Calangute, Candolim & Fort Aguarda Panaji (Panjim) and Old Goa The emirates flight was fairly seemless, bar a minor partly unintelligible disagreement. Behind Alex sat a slightly larger German lady who took umbridge at him leaning his seat back. She asked him to move it forward, we thought initially just for the duration of the meal (i.e. when her tray table was ...