Month: March 2010

Welcome To Delhi — Oi Vey…

After 39 hours on a train from Goa to Delhi, I am worked. The train ride itself, which I was looking forward to, turned out to be a disappointment. I made the mistake of taking an air conditioned sleeper car. These cars have double paned tinted windows, and most of those are totally fogged up because of all the water…

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Heading for Delhi

Well It’s been nice sitting around by day near the beach, reading and catching up on podcasts. Nights have been quiet and early for me mostly, with a few trance parties here and there. Most parties end at 10pm, so even those nights have been early. But there have been a couple all-nighters at Club West End. But I am…

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Goa & Trance

Greetings from Anjuna – possibly hippy capital of India. Anjuna is located in the west coastal state of Goa, the smallest state of India. Goa is an old Portuguese territory, and there is still a big influence – according to the 2001 census, 26% of the population is Christian, and old churches can be seen everywhere. In the 60’s hippies…

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