This is very frustrating for me as we are used to being independent. Once again, if there was a choice of tours on offer, with experienced tour guides, this would not be such a huge issue. Methinks, India must be more forward thinking in this regard.
Thankfully, I listened to my inner voice or whatever prompted me to do this. After about an hour in the afternoon heat, I asked James to try again. Voila!!!!
It worked and we were able to save the 7 days of photos to an external drive. Nightmare over for now - let's hold thumbs that the laptop is OK.
I even had something with curry - for breakfast - can you believe it?
|Our guide - with very red eyes!!|
There are a number of Spice Plantations in Goa, namely Savoi, Pascol, Abyss and the Tropical Spice Plantation. The tropical climate in this area of India plus the dense forests, make it an ideal place for growing spices. On arrival, IR400 per person, one is greeted with a flower garland plus some warm tea with spices. Rather tasty.
The driving was also very erratic, hard braking which even upset James. Thankfully, I take my Sturgaron each day otherwise I would not survive without getting violently ill.
All round, service is excellent - we have no complaints.
Only the Wi-Fi cost and lack of tourist info has been a disappointment.
However, who says life has to be perfect all the time?