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... you want a nice, peaceful feed whilst watching the sun go down though. It's where you go if you want club music inserting forcibly into your earholes as you munch your curry and sip the Kingfisher that your internal organs have finally decided to permit you to consume.
We managed to find a place that chose suitably cheesy 80's to cause maximum damage to its patrons' eardrums which is a much less painful way to sustain short term ...
... food, we were all so full when we left.
Paul and Paul share a love of peanut Chikki (a type of peanut brittle made with jaggary so it's softer), much to the amusement of Tori and myself! They also share a love of Dub Reggae, we are catching up later today, Paul has also told of how to make a wee stove using drinks cans, we are all excited as we have often wanted just a cup of tea or coffee and not had any means of making it, so this will be perfect.
Paul and Tori ...
... text-size-adjust: auto;">Minivans - 8
Russian Campervans used -1
Horses used - 1
Camels used - 1
... to get to Baga. Finally get to the beach and it is the first overcast day of the trip...common really!?! In retrospect it was sort of a blessing as Terry, Matt and I ditched our bags at the inland Intrepid hotel and hit the beach looking for a cute place of our own. After walking up and down the beach all somewhat disappointed in what it looked like and the vibe it was giving off we decided to turn back and head down the other end of the beach, but first grabbing a bite to ...
... from elsewhere is "imported" and thus paid lower wages. Many of these tend to stay after the work is completed and the locals feel that this tends to bring down the Goan standards and culture.
Highlights today included:
a) the beach side areas of Calangute and Anjuna. Calangute is again heavily populated with Eastern European tourists and quite cluttered. For those people that we have met, either love or hate "the ...