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... following day we decided we had to go see the pyramids of Giza and so we figured out how to catch the subway to the city of Giza. Upon arrival we met what seemed to be the only honest person in Egypt outside the station and followed him and his young son to the pyramids. He took us to an entrance separate from the main tourist gate and even got us a good deal to ride horses through the pyramids! The plan was to ride camels but apparently they are way too slow which takes more ...
... indians.... their faces lite up when they noticed i had a guitar... (in the voice of king julian) "oh I see you got a guitar?.. play english songs for us, we sing" Everyone in england are so horrible compared to Indian people!! If i sang bryan adams badly on a train to London at 10am I would now be in a coma :D
... To get the bus up the coast requires you to go back to the nearest main town then get a second bus from there. With our bargaining power we wanted the luxury of a direct taxi!
We arrived at Arambol to find lots of small shops selling more beach type clothing than we’d seen so far. Even selling bikinis! The usual dogs and cows were everywhere but our first stop was a beach side bar. I was really relieved that we’d not stopped here when we ...
... was being prepared.
The convenient thing about Tarkarli is, almost every house along the road to the beach is a homestay. We stayed at one such place called Malvani Pahunchar(Hospitality of Malvan). Its run by the Karalakr family. Its a simple place, with just the basics, but its clean and airy, surrounded by trees. So you hear the birds chirping all the time. Right outside our window was a Kokam tree, we could see the ripe purple fruits hanging, about to fall. The ...
... veg restaurant that we decided would be great to try for lunch. The food and place were great, catered for vegans more than most other places around Goa, so we highly recommend it!
After filling our bellies there we hung around the area for a bit then scooted off back to Yab Yum so we could have a nice swim at Ashvem Beach. After the swim we enjoyed a beer on the sand, relaxed a bit more and decided on Pink Orange for Dinner.