Palolem, South Goa, India

Back to the old: Life’s a beach routine. You may think after a year this gets old? Ha! Never!

You know the drill. Beachside shack with hammock, 20 meters from the water: check. Favorite café that does nice lassie, eggs and low and behold; Mexican food: Check. The fun of playing on lilos in mini riptides and wildish surf: check. In a town where there are no ATM’s there’s strangely even a Baskin & Robins, home to the best praline and cream ice-cream I’ve ever clapped my taste buds on. Amen.

We stay for 6 nights. There are a million beaches in Goa, and tempted as we were to test them all out, this one kind of makes you stick. There’s over a km of beach bars, including India’s clever approach to tackle sound pollution: Silent discos. You hire earphones with various DJ’s playing through different channels then proceed to a dance floor for one in your own little world. You’ve had a night out, the locals get their sleep, its win win.

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April 2012

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