Casa Vagator

Address: House No. 594/4, Vozran, Vagator, Goa, 403509, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on House No. 594/4, Vozran, Vagator, is near Baga Beach, Calangute Beach, Anjuna Market, and Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre.
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      A change of companions

      A travel blog entry by lizcrone on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... at 3am we had all planned to get a taxi to met her there. Incredible India had other plans however and after Bea's flight was repetitively delayed and then subsequently cancelled it meant she wouldn't make it until the next day. So Vin and I left for the airport at 2am with a description of Christiane from Beatrix and a sign with her name on it! Turned out we probably didn't need either as she was the only foreigner ...

      Goa update!

      A travel blog entry by jon_lowra2014 on Feb 07, 2014

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      ... and our backs could no longer take the bench like mattress so we decided to move on. Jon made a clever move in letting me go out & find our next abode for three nights!! With Jon feeling "delicate" I knew I could get away with going over budget! �� I'm delighted to be staying in the Hacienda 4 star resort!! It's about a 20-30 min walk to the beach. We were suppose to check ...


      A travel blog entry by keelypark on Dec 30, 2013

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      ... our wrists and red dots on our foreheads, and then demanding 500 rupees (which dear old gullible Victor then paid of course.) The most bizarre thing was that all the Indian families wanted to have their pictures taken with us... They'd drag their children over and make them pose with us. I felt like Mickey Mouse at Disney land. Very very strange feeling, especially standing in front of this arch that colonial Britain had built... We gapped it pretty quick. We went to the ...

      The South: Anjuna (Goa) and Hampi (Karnataka)

      A travel blog entry by haukimn on Dec 09, 2013

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      ... sunrise. An amazingly eerie landscape of historic temples and Flintstone style boulder formations, one of the most spectacular sights I have seen. Not in the mood for tiresome rickshaw negotiations just yet I hired a bike for 50p and rode out to see all the local sights over the next 2 days and they were to put it mildly, breathtaking. Mile upon mile of rock formations, blue skies, the lush greenery of coconut and banana plantations, rice fields, rivers and lakes, dotted with ...

      Mauled by the Mozzies

      A travel blog entry by rhodri27 on Jun 18, 2013

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      ... in between. My original plan after India was to head to Nepal but I am tempted to fly to Thailand mainly due to the weather for the next 2 months in Nepal and hopefully take in Nepal another time or on my way back once I have been to Australia and New Zealand.

      I am not sure what the internet will be like in Mumbai so this will probably be my last post for a few days.


      P.S Rhys I hope you appreciate the title