13 thoughts on “Travelling to Goa, India

    1. Cody is definitely feeling better now and back to eating.
      If you are ever in Goa we would HIGHLY recommend Bean Me Up.

    1. Hi there Sophie, Cody is feeling better now and we are back to our regular travels. It did get pretty horrible for awhile 🙁

    1. Thanks so much Petr for the comment. I am happy to inform you that I am feeling a lot better now and we are back to the travels!! 🙂

  1. Cody in regard with your last and very gloomy phrase I couldn’t help recollecting some and various lines from Velimir Khlebnikov, Russian poet of the Silver Age… If you are interested, I am sure, you’ll be able to find some of his stanzas in the internet… It is very poetic, albeit the sunject in itself is not very gladdening… Thus, I’ve decided not to translate them into English… But, please, recover!

    1. Thanks so much Petitemu. Hopefully one day we will make it to Finland. We have heard great things 🙂

      What is the vegan scene like there?

  2. Boo to being sick while travelling! I had a friend end up with dengue fever soon after he reached Bangkok, and he spent part of his trip in the hospital. 🙁

    1. Yeah, I have two friends that have just had terrible luck when it comes to travel and mosquitoes. Dengue, Malaria, and Chikungunya are all experiences on their list! Needless to say, I’m extra aware of the little jerks buzzing around me! The mosquitoes, not my friends. 😉

    2. That really sucks Ryan. We have met some people who have gotten Dengue and it does not seem fun at all. 🙁

  3. Dear Giselle and Cody:
    It is absolutely great to hear that!!! Very glad tidings!!! …The travelers at the turn of the 19th – 20th centuries dreamt, were eager to expire physically somewhere in Constantinople, on the Oriental Express, or, at least, in the vicinity of it… Or whilst cruising the Nile… No!!! No!!! The travelers of the nowadays are being made from the different stock! Especially, the vegan ones!!! We must survive and live! I can’t help not to try translating – literary narrating (I hope, to be reserving a little poetic license for my vision of some of the lines…) for you (and my own self as well) the short (but very well known) quatrain by Velimir Khlebnikov, the Russian futurist, avant-garde poet:

    When steeds die – they respire,
    When grasses cease to exist – they wither and wilting like perish,
    When Sols pass away – their glow expire,
    When humans meet end – they songs in the melodies cherish.

    …Dear Cody: this is a very rare instance, when I am so happy not to sing any songs – ditties – carols – etc… To Your Health!!!

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