Busy wednesday in Anjuna

Trip Start Jan 12, 2009
Trip End Mar 02, 2009

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Thursday, January 29, 2009

Today after Waterdance practice I went to the bank in Mapusa and then bought some glasses for riding on the motorcycle and topped off the fuel tank which was basically still full after about 5 days of driving all over the place.

I ended up headed back down towards the beach and I went looking for Jeff and the manager at the Seabird told me he was at the Wednesday market.  So I went there. Unbelievable.  There must have been a thousand vendors.  And I had just been to the bank.  I really overdid the shopping but I really liked the stuff they had.  I fnally found some ceramic door knobs and they even had another of those pad locks with a figure on the front--in this case Siva. Also I  bought a wooden carving of a hand and some tye dyed silk and some cloth lampshades--the kind that hang sort of like Chinese lanterns.

I never saw Jeff but I did run into a Danish classmate at a restaurant/bar on the beach called Looda's that had a wonderful musician, great voice, playing  Pink Floyd,  Derek and Dominoes, America.  All acoustic.  Very nice.  It was really a moment.
The ocean on one side and the market on the other and this sweet muisc in between.

After this I went up to Watsugoa and had a really perfect exchange of treatments with a classmate.  He worked on me first and I really became very quiet inside and relaxed and all of my attention was drawn into the body and I felt really called to the stillness under the water.  I was holding myself under longer than he wanted so that I wouldn't miss any of the silence.

Then I gave a session and it was marvellous.  I finally found someone who liked it intense and a little fast at times and really just your basic carnival ride.  He seemed to really like it.  Maybe I got it out of my system.

After waterdance I had a slight detour to the Astoria to gather a classmate for dinner.  Eventually we were headed down the hill on motorcylces to the German Bakery in Anjuna.  It was so beautiful and filled with such amazing music.  There was a dance performance (photo) and some classmates were there and we had a really great time.  A lot of laughing outloud and enjoying the show. Sideways glances....
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lpayne on

Which one?
I vote for Happy or, surprisingly, Bashful. That is not your typical German bakery! Lynn

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