Nanu Resort Goa
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... streets or on the highways. Either way you can’t see
a damn thing and once we very nearly took out a pedestrian who materialised out
of nothing in the middle of the road. Another time we almost crashed when the
guy driving was looking for something at his feet and ended up on the opposite
side of the road. Moron! Swerving back a truck narrowly missed us – it was
probably further away than it looked but with headlights on full beam distances
get rather ...
... out that despite the headlight switching on and producing light it was still all but ******* useless. Seriously. We might as well have had a team of goblins perched on the handlebars frantically lighting matches. I might have been able to see more.
It was a tense four hours. Or what seemed like four hours. It was probably less than an hour in actual proper reality and it didn't help that neither of us had a ******* clue which way was home ...
... bus driver who was headed south (I'm not sure some of them even knew where they were supposed to be going) I was approached by a guy who offered to take me down to Palolem for 400 rupees on the back of his motorbike which I was more than happy to pay. For me, this is the best mode of transport for shorter journeys in India, you get to see much more of the villages and scenery you go through as well as interact with the people along ...
As always we both hope that everyone back home is well and good and we are thinking of you lots and lots, hope the winter weather is being kind to you all, we are certainly enjoying being back in the sun after cold Manali, sorry to rub that one in, but we will be back sharing the British winters at some point too!
We arrived in Goa, after a day in Delhi and it was like coming home – we've lost track of the days already, a bit like last time when we ...
We leave later than we had booked as breakfast was a touch slow. But satisfied we meet Stanley our guide and set off on the two hour drive. We hit anjuna first and find some nice bits but after an hour we are ready for an ice lolly and to return to the car. Onto panjim and it's a bustling ...