Live as though you were going to die tomorrow, learn as though you were going to live forever -

Vive como si fueras a morir mañana, aprende como si fueras a vivir para siempre


Piensa, cree, sueña y atrévete.

Think, believe, dream and dare.
Walt Disney
2:12 | Author: La Vuelta al Mundo de Dan y David
Fortunately it would seem that night buses in India are not the disco buses of Cameroon. The driver drove llike a maniac but we were able to get a couple of hours sleep. Our arrival in Panjim left us doubting we had left Badajoz.
The Portuguese influence has left its mark on Panjim, capital of Goa, to such an extent that while walking around its streets we forget we are even in India. Except for the fabulous dinner we have had and the freshly squeezed fruit juices of any fruit that takes your fancy, there is not much here to make us linger. So bus ticket in hand, we are making our way to Hampi, away from the coast.
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On 9 de enero de 2010, 9:30 , Sheila and Rob dijo...

Hello Danielle, Your father has given us the link to read your blog. We are very interested to see that you are in Goa and heading to Hampi. Rob and I went to visit Hampi approximately 6 years ago. We stayed in Goa and travelled to Hampi by train which was an experience we loved. Hampi is a huge 4th century ruin and went from one area of Hampi to another by bus because it was too far to walk round it all. We stayed in a nearby hotel which looked very plush with all the marble floors and walls. The rooms were very impressive too. Then we realised there was no hot water to be found in the whole hotel. We had a very romantic meal out on the patio next to a stream which turned out to be the sewer! ha ha. I came back with some fantastic pictures from Hampi and the nearby town - I'm sure you will love it. We loved seeing all the monkeys in the train stations and in the trees beside the railway too.

Have fun and enjoy Hampi. Love Sheila and Rob x