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... British expats (30 - 60 in ages) to chat to.
Drank some local Wisky (Vat 69, actually tasted pretty good), made some conversation and settled into my not-having-a-room-tonight fate. Some interesting stories from these guys, they'd lived in Goa for various long amounts of time. Most of their chat came back to women, Russian, British, Spanish..
One of the guys ended up taking me and my bags on his scooter a few miles down the road practically to the ...
... 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 ...
... because of language barrier and there being no word for vegan in other languages), bar and yoga workshop wonderland (Amazing see photos)
-A fair few roadside temples
Soooo we never found all the veg places in Anjuna that we searched for all day, we had lunch at 5 so it became our dinner and never got our swim. There are 30 vegetarian restaurants in Goa and we've eaten at 4 of em so far and the rest have eluded us, more missions for tomorrow! :D
... meant to be a travell trip-we wanted to enjoy ourt trip-so we decided to plan out for "Goa"-4 din full njoy karo-daaru aur beach.
we started to come in like we were 15-20 people for the trip...all exited-the planning began in November-2011...
but in the Final planning it was later decided that Goa be dropped,and Tarkarli be the final destination...so Tarkarli it was.
... had told us this a few weeks ago. Oops. Therefore, we headed back to Arambol as thats where this guy Michael was going and the taxi driver was annoyed he had gone out of his way. I LOVED Arambol so i wasnt complaining. All the Indian locals who worked in the shops and bars couldn't be nicer to you. So as expected when we returned we were welcomed with coffee, breakfast and the same room we had 1 week ago.
BUT this time, Goa was different. HELLO ...