After an unsuccessful attempt to conquer the raging Indian ocean with my Baywatch moves I decided to kill the day with my new friend Belo and hope that the monsoon will spare the roof of my new bungalow 
I really thought I made a good deal with my bugalow yesterday. Bargained it down so much, I even felt bad about it. Not so much anymore, waking up in the reception area with a huge hangover just hours after the monsoon took my bugalow's roof isn't the ideal way to start your day. I mean it is a great experience, wouldn't have done it otherwise but still something to complain about. 
Savior of the day, Belo Goa beer
After getting over my morning sickness with a bottle of Goa beer I decided to fill up my belly with something European. The big English breakfast was surprisingly good and cheap with Heinz baked beans, a rare find in this part of the world. Belly full, head clear(ish), let's hit Goa for a sightseeing. Oh wait, the monsoon is still rage down like a vertical tsunami. As I realized how unfortunate the weather is, one lovely Indian receptionist suggested that it would be a smart idea to move the rest of my stuff from a half roofed bungalow. At this point I realized how intellectually challenged I am, having a chilled beer and enjoying English breakfast while my stuff getting soaking wet. 
After sorting out all the issues with my room I decided to head down to the beach, the only place where getting wet is not an issue. Honestly the beach was amazing, sad that I couldn't capture it's emptiness and the giant waves which periodically tapped its shore. I mean the waves were just gigantic, could not resist to run in, Baywatch style, I even had the soundtrack of the series in my head. It was not so glamorous after the fist wave hit me thought so I realized these are much bigger waves than I can possibly challenge without a surfboard. The weather won the battle today, so the bottle local beer Goa whom I spent the rest of the day, planning for tomorrow and hoping for a better weather. 


02/26/2015 12:43am

That made my day and am still laughing about how witty this is written. Looking forward to the next post! Next time when in Bangkok come visit me on a Bike Tour in Bangkok! And the beers will be cold, Ice Cold we NO rain guaranteed

03/02/2015 6:05pm

Thank you for your comment and your generous offer, I don't think I can refuse a "few" bottles of ice cold beer and a bike trip. When would be a good time for you? hehe

03/02/2015 6:23pm

Anytime you like! Looking forward having you!

05/31/2016 4:16am

The post is explained clearly what he want to tell. The picture at the starting of the post is suitable to it and it is the extra attraction to the post. After reading this, the people have awareness about beach and its beauty.


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    Aurel Jr. and Sr.

    The Riders:

    Aurel Maracsko and his son Aurel Maracsko jr. 

    We are a father and son duo who loves riding motorcycles. Aurel Jr. or Tom is an enthusiast enduro rider and Aurel Sr. is more of the adventure rider. 

    Me, a combination of Tom Sawyer and the Little Prince, adventurer, dreamer and a crazily enthusiast rider. Jules Verne was the ultimate hero of my childhood, his foresight's of the future and exotic adventures fascinated me to a level which still influences me today. I believe the constant thirst for exploration and the need for learning is the key engine for every adult just as for every child.

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