Gabriels Guest House
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Hot water was hit or miss, the place is flirting with being a little rundown and it got a little loud at times during the night (but that's Calangute). Otherwise I was pleased. The management is nice and helpful.
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... y na zdjęciu). Lecimy dalej, do kościoła! Zamknięty. Remont. Hm, połowa już się cieszy bo wracamy do hotelu. Tam przynajmniej można odetchnąć. Nie, jeszcze do jakiegoś! Chcemy do środka! Kolejny był niedaleko i.... prawie otwarty. Można było zajrzeć do środka przez ...kratę. Kilka osób tylko wysiadło z busa. Trzy ...
... the main vault of the church collapsed. The valuable articles belonging to the religious complex were either sold or lost, being nowadays dispersed among many churches in Goa. The bell from the tower was initially taken to Fort Aguada and later in 1871 was shifted to the Lady Immaculate Church in Panaji.
Besides all the churches this was a big day for Tez because I taught her how to ride a motorbike close to the Chapel of St. Cajetan! We found a really quite street behind ...
The flight from Mumbai was about a quarter full, the fruit juice and water were being served, probably to sober up those left on board who had got stuck into the whisky. We arrived at the international/military airport around 7am where the mist was rolling around the greenery of Goa. Customs and Passport control were a simple matter, especially when comparing it to the joys of Dubai. I had chosen Goa for ...
... Feny is the local brew made from the cashew apple. First the nut is removed and the the apple is crushed and passed through a still. The resulting brew is about 60% proof and tastes like paraffin mixed with battery acid!!! They also make a fey out of coconuts. Very much an acquired taste but drunk in great quantities by the locals.
My friend Mike who stays every year has found an old bicycle that belonged to ...
... Goa was really enjoyable and I’d go back in a heartbeat – when I do, I’ll definitely be taking
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