Casa Britona

Address: 217 Near Charmanos Badem, Bardez, Goa, 403101, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 217 Near Charmanos Badem, Bardez, is near Basilica of Bom Jesus, Old Goa, Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, and Tomb of St. Francis Xavier.
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      Lovely lazy Arambol beach....

      A travel blog entry by dandalessandro on Dec 19, 2014

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      ... for their money in the end - of course we didn’t hurt them, but just let them know who runs this beach! We ran back, barking at them and forcing them to retreat as they were ganging up viciously on mom dawg! Ha ha! Since then mum dog has had a real attachment to us, she knows that we are on our side and a dogs loyalty is such a wonderful gift….we are as a result both endlessly talking about getting a pooch together when we get home, ha ha! As a result of this ...


      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Nov 03, 2014

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      ... luggage to reception. A clear sky meant a cornucopia of stars above. Stupid Mr Space Cadet had a miner's lamp on, looking every bit the anus that he is. He has the travel gear but that does not make a traveler.

      We were off after 0420 [late, naturally]. It was a quiet trip with Diane, Suzy and Lucas. Hospet was smart enough to be asleep when we arrived before 0530 at Hospet Junction, the railway station. There had to be sixty people sleeping in the main ...

      Day 40 - Juicy raindrops and chicken lollipops

      A travel blog entry by indianadventure on Aug 25, 2014

      ... br> Whilst making the most of the free WiFi we tucked into some delicious snacks, fresh fruit juice and yummy lassies. As we sat under the shelter of the canopy the rain plummeted down around us, this taste of the goan monsoon made us all very grateful for how lucky we'd been with the weather, it had barely rained in the whole of our time there. Knowing we had quite an intense overnight train journey ahead we also ordered ...

      How are you goin' Goan mate ?

      A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Mar 29, 2014

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      ... Although this seems to be more so the case as we continue to move south: probably the result of this region being one with a more of a tourist inclination, perhaps.

      We met our driver at the boundary of the property which was perched on the banks of the Sal River (deep into the peninsula with the land corridor only about 200 metres wide: a small barrier between the open ocean and the calmer river environs).

      On the way back, I noted that this spot, had ...

      Day Nine

      A travel blog entry by yellow-gumboots on Jan 15, 2014

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      ... for a while so we started getting the kids to spell words on the blackboard. We had a lot of fun trying to think of colours and fruits that hadn't already been spelt that they would understand. In the afternoon we visited the local shopping centre at Mapusa. The shopping centre was the biggest in the district, and was still smaller than a corner store in Australia. We got lots of lollies and biscuits, as well as icing sugar and food dye. We went home and ...