Casa Ligorio Holiday Place
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... his 7 month daughter, went to work taxiing airport pick ups and then a trip to Madgaon railway, got back took us to Madgaon railway straight away and then he goes back has an hour sleep and up at 1am to do an airport pick up. He literally works for 24 hours to earn such little money, they save it all for monsoon season. People do come to Goa in monsoon season but I think it's mainly indian people, to see some rain! They work for so little here, but then ...
... holiday makers doing the same day in and day out, and this is a Goa dog after all, so they don’t come much more shanti chilled than this!
Palolem is a lovely beach, but there are also so many other beaches too, all offering something different within 10 mins that you can hop between beaches so easily. Whilst one might be a fave of long terms travellers, some might appeal to the adventurous 60+ traveller, or the honeymoon couple who want seclusion on ...
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Tuk tuks/autorickshaw used - 27 (+4)
Scooters used - 5
... me feel like “me.” I’ve always known that I’m a sucker for fashion. I love colors and patterns and beautiful fabrics. I’m a designer by natural inclination, which makes me a little more visually attached to my things, my surroundings and my environment. To let go of this has been hard and not something I’ve achieved. In my dreams and fantasies, I’m in a tank top and skirt, letting my skin feel the breeze and my white skin turn a summer golden and I am free.
... in our rickshaw ' poadie' and all agree that traveling India by rickshaw is one of the best and most unique ways to see the country. You get the smells ( good and bad); you can interact with the locals as you're not behind tinted windows but you also have a sense of personal space in your own vehicle; and traveling at only 50km an hour we feel we have been able to witness the ever changing scenery.
One of the main highlights of our trip so far has been the food... Our ...