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... how the tradition originally started with people jumping down into wells- to celebrate monsoon perhaps? The rain got heavier and being the only two people in Siolim completely un prepared for rain, we left for coffee in Candolim. So amongst the reef flowers, the boats going upstream without motors/oars/paddles and the men jumping into a well constructed in the middle of a river, you can see how I'm still left quite bemused by the whole ...
... 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.
... to have, and we felt very safe with them there. The food on the train wasn’t bad either! They came around at each meal and asked if we wanted Veg or Non-Veg. In between meals people were roaming up and down the halls selling cold drinks, chai, cookies, soup, samosas, and numerous other things to eat! We seriously ate so much on that train. The bathrooms were "Indian Style" aka a hole in the floor of the train, but that was ...
... 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 ...
... my hero!
We spent most days on a sun lounger alternating between catching some sun and dipping ourselves in the invigoratingly rough Arabian Sea – bliss!
A couple of nights we ate at a local place called Guru’s, it had live music most nights including the most entertaining we saw Monday’s open stage night starring Ping Pong! Ping Pong is I think either Dutch or German and he hosted the night and kicked things off with some poetry read to ...