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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Adult pool
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... mood grows a little somber and Santiago, a Colombian, now living in Amsterdam, finds a way into the bar through the back. We all go in. We are dancing, but it's obvious to me that the energy has shifted, and we are just not that into it. I am left disgusted when four Indians start forming a circle of tourists around them, and start dancing and doing acrobatics. So Indians are not allowed into the party, unless they are entertaining the tourists, in their own ...
... of Candolim and Baga for that multi star comfort or to the insane party beaches in North Goa to get a little more wild and crazy than you've been in a while.
Hiring bikes we decided to cruise around north Goa exploring the waterfront. We make our way up to check out Arambol beach. If you are Russian and you are in Goa you are likely staying here. We get to the beach and can't read any of the signs- guess it's ...
... snow covering the Philadelphia streets – which was probably good as it covered the green stains. The cold weather was to be the theme for the week - a pleasant respite from the heat of India and bearable as I had all my Kilimanjaro cold weather gear. The two meetings with the Wharton and MSU Management PhD program faculty and students went well. Everyone was very friendly at both universities and the faculty all seemed very keen to work with PhD students. Such ...
... we spent our first two nights in Goa, caters more toward those seeking tranquility in their beach holiday, with little to do but eat and drink at beach shacks, visit a few nice restaurants, get a massage, lounge by the pool, or explore the hilltop Portuguese era fortress. Vagator turned out to be a nice break from the stimulation of Mumbai and the month of serious sightseeing through northern India and Rajasthan that preceded ...
... came too.) it goes without saying that the traffic is insane, people just pulling out, over taking, swerving around all over the show, but I kind of assumed there was some rhyme or reason to it that I couldn't see. Nope. Our surly driver crashed twice in the space of about four hours, getting surlier and more manic each time. It got to the point where Keely let out a bit of a scream and spun around when the driver popped the boot, expecting to see another mangled bumper. ...