Resort Terra Paraiso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... going after we got back from the trip that day and I had also been wanting to get a tattoo to remember my journey whilst I was away on my travels. So I figured I may as well do it now. I did want some Tibetan writing which I had been thinking about for weeks and weeks but wasn't entirely sure what I wanted to have written, plus I didn't know how I was going to translate ...
... in a taxi, ( i don't no how they knew we were there) Then Jon and Christina turned up on scooters and KV rocked up on a Royal Enfield big **** motorbike, looking cool as ever! After we'd eaten everyone headed back to the hotel apart from me, Beki, Jon and Christina, we went to check some more guest houses out to stay in, but were unsuccessful On our way back to the hotel we got pulled over by a police man, he asked to see our licence, which ...
... that on every other scooter at least the driver was wearing a helmet (nobody in Goa wears a helmet in the beach areas). Suddenly we saw the police on the side of the road indicating for us to pull in. Craig showed his driving licence and the officer told us that on a dual carriage way everyone must wear a helmet. Also, Craig's licence allows him to drive a 50cc scooter and the officer told us ...
... and even a mud bath!
But we went straight to the lake! In an attempt to find the waterfall we walked along this path through a bit of the jungle before being confronted by a couple of people that said there was just a holy tree, so back we went to attempt to walk across the lake (depending on the depth) to try and get to it. So off me, Danny and Jon went first with nothing on us to see the depth – fine, just a bit gross floor and nothing above chest height. ...
... be vastly unfair for sights such as the Taj Mahal which is 12p for India’s and £10 for tourists.. This really can end up being a massive put off when you are here a while and seeing so many sites and something that may eventually put strain on their historical sites in the future.
∑Cultural Differences in Attitude
While it’s amazing to visit other cultures and learn about their way of doing things sometimes differences in attitude can lessen ...