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... and actually got us to our hostel which was on the 7th floor of a building right around the corner from Tharir Square and the National Museum.
Cairo wasn’t just another big city; it was filled with millions of people, garbage and congested with cars and smog. It was easily the filthiest city we had been to on this trip and maybe ever. As soon as we stepped foot outside in the daylight we knew we stood out like a sore thumb and it wasn’t going to ...
:D..... right, after a 13 hour flight in to Mubai, 14 hours sitting on a **** stained platform at the train and a further 12 hours on a train.... I am Finally on a beach :D
We are sleeping in a grass hut on the beach, none to shabby!
the last 24 hours have consisted of tiny train bunks, singing on the train with ...
My longest stay in India and what a place to stay! A total different experience from anywhere else in India. Here practically everything is allowed: you can buy and drink alcohol anywhere including on the streets, drugs are available when you ask and smoking a joint in a restaurant is not a problem at all, walking around half naked, Italian pizza's and steaks are present at almost any menu. And the funny thing is ...
... 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 ...
... br> The beach is so beautiful, although the sea is not clear (were saving the snorkelling for Thailand) it has some wicked waves which were both enjoying riding in-between drinking kingfisher and eating some amazing fish. Like I said it’s easy to get caught up in it so easy for us to spend our 3 weeks here and here alone but, the traveller in me says no, in a couple of days we head to Anjuna, hippie central, or so I’ve been told!