Sand Castles Holiday Homes

Address: Sand Castles Holiday HomesNear Kamat Kinara Complex, Goa, 403002, India | Condo
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A travel blog entry by nickwheatley on May 12, 2014

... out of frosted glass (so, pretty much see-through). This is one of many hotels we've visited that have had peekaboo bathrooms that confuse and horrify me all at once. Apparently Indians don't like to keep private things private as much as I do...

We have had a most challenging time finding reasonably priced laundry services in India. In most of the rest of Asia they charge by the kilo so we can wash most of ...

Day Four

A travel blog entry by yellow-gumboots on Jan 10, 2014


... colourful and cool and these 3 cute little boys kept saying hello. We had a drink of holy water that they poured into our hands and then our co-ordinator told us about the history and meaning of the symbols an pictures, then we marched around the temple in a circle. After that we got back in the van and drove to a really beautiful waterfall and our co-ordinator again told us about the history of the place, then back in the car ...

First World Problems

A travel blog entry by lou_shaff on Dec 23, 2013

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... about 3 it really doesn’t seem worth it.

We often look at each other these days and ask ourselves if
we feel guilty about doing this, about having such a great time. And yes, I do.
I feel guilty that I am so lucky to even have so many first world problems that
I can write a whole blog entry about it. I feel guilty when a local asks me and
I tell them that we will be travelling for a year – I mean how privileged are

Travel escapade to Doodhsagar Falls

A travel blog entry by chinmay.garg on Oct 04, 2013

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... about 1 km away from railway station. The trek was fun, we were full of excitement to get to the falls after the amount we travelled to get there and the hiccups we faced. The trek through a long and dark tunnel added to the fun and adventure. And finally we reached.

Well the view of falls made it all worth the effort. We stood on the Railway Bridge with the falls was on one side, just about 50 meters away from us. It was very high, and its first tier ...

Day six 25/09/13

A travel blog entry by zoegilbert1990 on Sep 25, 2013

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... view I have ever seen in my life just shear jungle and rivers and you could see the tips of temples!! Amazing!!! We then visited two other temples which were a little more commercialised so not as good but still worth a visit..we then headed to the spice farm which was really good and interesting seeing how everything grows and what it looks like before its processed!!! Had a buffet lunch ...