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... br> Monsoon is the time when there is no fishing. So there is less of fresh sea food. You can enjoy the local cuisines and there are lot of them out there.
So we discovered this little cozy place called Bob's Inn on the Candolim road. And we started with a pint of beer and crispy chicken. Then we enjoyed king fish in Goan style curry and beef steak in black bean sauce.
... Jen found an owner of a small cafe who would boil us some eggs despite them not being on the menu, so we ordered a couple of eggs each with toast. After 10 minutes or so, four boiled and peeled eggs arrived, shared between 2 plates, yet there was no sign of the toast we'd ordered. Patiently we asked our server (we were the only ones in the place) whether we could have some toast to go with our eggs, and he nodded, went behind the counter, made some sort of small ...
... we had the time to take. It was an interesting moment when the buses tried racing each other to the bus stops. They get paid for the number of passengers that they take so it was a race to get to the next stop to pick the passengers first! They were cutting each other up and blocking the way then ushering the people on the bus as quickly as possible so the other bus wouldn't overtake! Hilarious to watch! When we got back to Mumbai we took a local ...
... it would be loads of noise and real quay side hustle and bustle. I really liked to see all the boats selling there own fish. So no need for a auctioneer. = no middle man to pay (but I'm sure someone would get a backhander). When I approached the boats the smell of fish was replaced with fenni air the local brew. Not tried it yet but will be bringing some home for the village, well Will Gills already practically blind the amount he drinks he can be the ...
... on our morning drive.
We were making good progress on time. I thought we could have hit goa by lunch. That didn't really appeal to anyone (something to do with my driving that morning) so we figured we will take a few long cuts. Stopped by murudeshwara which has a temple and a shiv murti (and like
many other religious places, loads of entertainment around it - boat rides, island tours and the works - for Indians, religion is mostly a form ...
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