In India, men and women are separated in many occasions.
However, some Indian men probably think foreigners are ok to touch, and there are many people who touch me beyond necessity.
A old man who sat next to me were trying to touch my legs (he ran away after I glared at him), and a bus driver were touching my face and arms (he stopped doing it after I lost my temper and said "DON'T TOUCH ME!").
Indian men come too close to foreign women because their sexual needs are not filled in their social environment?
But wait...it's kind of same with how "HENTAI (pervert)" culture was born in Japan...
In Japan also our culture and society prohibit us to talk about sexual topics, so sometimes some people have creepy sexual desire, which was twisted by the oppressing Japanese society.
Anyway, it's important to remember to say "NO!" when someone did something unpleasant.
Modesty is a virtue in Japan, but not in the outside world.
So, I arrived at Madgaon Railway Station and went straight to bathroom.
There are Retiring Rooms (men and women separated) at stations in India, where you can find bathroom.
The Retiring Room at Madgaon station had cute illustrations.
Then I took three local buses (overloaded, of course), saw an incident that an Indian lady got mad with a molester (?) in the bus, and finally I arrived at Anjuna Beach in Goa!!
I was expecting Anjuna Beach would be more developed as it is one of the most famous beaches in Goa.
The loud music reminded me of Shonan Beach in my hometown though. lol
No, it's not Shonan Beach. The sand is golden color here.
I was having Mango shake and almost forgot I was in India...
No,no, I am in India. I see cows everywhere.lol
The sunset was stunning!
Well, no beaches can beat ones in the Philippines, but the sunset was beautiful and it was good to know that India has such a place.
From here, I headed to Hampi, the World Heritage Site.