Resort Terra Paraiso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... day of temple running and general sightseeing was planned to break the lethargy and we hopped on board with our two congenial drivers whose motto, rather to our pleasure was 'no hurry, no worry'. Polly and Ailie even temporarily commandeered one rickshaw, quite against the law, but really quite fun. The temples were rather spectacular, although forgive us for concluding it-slightly guiltily- as a poor mans Ankor (Cambodia). We also hitched a ride in a rather unstable and ...
... mainly due to the fact I am already fed up of been stuck in doors for the majority of the day, I will be heading up to Mumbai on Tuesday night on a 14 hour sleeper bus, another guy from the hostel Is also on this bus so I thought it would be ideal for my first experience of an Indian night bus. The bus cost me 800rs (£10) which is incredible when It would cost me around £4 for a return from Churchdown to Gloucester although with the standard of driving ...
... there aren’t as many people and Indians looking for some money. Goa is very different from the other places we have visited, it has very chilled out relaxed atmosphere and people here seem to (as I would say) go with the flow.
We walked around and had a good look at some of the shops and stalls that were around. Lloyd being a dumbass lost one of his sandals so we were in search of a new pair. One girl thinking we were completely new to India and the prices tried ...
... we got to their apartment a feast had been laid out. They had arranged 2 chefs to cook Fried King fish, Chicken Breyani and a fish curry. All this was done on a one plate stove. They also supplied 3 bottles of rum, one of whiskey and beers. We feasted and drank till we couldn't move. We laughed a lot even though with all the different languages we couldn't really understand each other and each conversation had to be translated into 4 ...
... 2 kms in the wrong direction in the searing heat, luckily a local lad, Nerry, took pity on me and gave me a ride on his motorbike which was a first for me! He dropped me at the top of the road to our place, he didn’t ask for any money but I gave him some coz he’d saved me a loooong hot walk. On the short walk back to our room I was offered a lift by a local shop keeper on his scooter – he took me all of 300 yards as he wouldn’t take no for an answer! ...