If I could sum these next two days,
I would say 'Diane'.
I handed over the scooty at Dabolim, took a cab (Goa miles cab service) till Kadamba Bus station. It was a scenic journey from Kadamba to Panaji crossing the bridge, looking over to nothing but sea and boats. The bus only charged 30rs as compared to 1100rs what the Goa miles cab showed me for the trip, if you can save this much money by not being a bit lazy, you should.
Bus from Panaji to Vagator again costed only 30rs, felt like a king saving all this money. All casual till now, I reach Jungle by the hostel crowd where I booked a single room just so I could throw my stuff anywhere I wanted.
By this time, my craze for beaches was done for all I waited for was just to party and get to know other travellers. But I forgot it was monsoon and almost 90% of the shacks, cafes weren't open. And those who were didn't have enough people in them. Well, I didn't know what was in the store for me.
After this, My next two days are as personal as they get only for the good reasons. I didn't use my phone and just dwelled in the life of backpackers and made life long memories.
Yes I went to Curlies, Tito's, Thavana etc but nothing compared to what interacting with the people in hostel gave me.
My trip to Goa ended on June 21, 2019 after which I had to fly to Mumbai that would make a different trip I suppose.
Oh yeah, Diane is a dog I met in the hostel.
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