The Orange House
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of The Orange House
TripAdvisor Reviews The Orange House Anjuna
Travel Blogs from Anjuna
... shop who has little plain dresses to sell. I've been hoping to find some since i've arrived in India, wanting to fit in without looking like i tried too ******** my way to the tailor's, i had passed a little shop selling scarves. The lady selling them starts walking with me and chats me up. She follows me right into the tailor's shop, and stands there while i pick out a couple of dresses. I ask the man how much he wants for them and am floored when he says 350 rupees ...
... this amazing country is so very special and I feel very blessed. I cannot express properly how it feels to know we have so much time away from work, with no real plans ahead of us only what we feel like doing next, or taking advice from other people we have met and heading off somewhere new.
We found an old favourite food last night as well, Chicken Xacuti, yumyumyum! You can only find it in Goa and it is a curry with such astonishing flavour, ...
... and wish us a safe journey. But other than stopping in the middle of a busy crossroad to ask directions Alex did a fine job. She's Italian so riding scooters is genetically programmed into her.
Her guest-house turned out to be part farm, hosting a menagerie of animals I forbid Lauren from cuddling. The only creatures not there were the boys. So we sat and talked about ourselves. Max and JJ did eventually show up, but immediately left for a dip in ...
... Today was spent visiting Old Goa which consists of a collection of old Portuguese churches. The stand out was the Se Cathedral which is the largest Catholic church in Asia. Again, the inside seemed to be less dark than the Gothic churches we are used to in Europe. It was incredibly hot as we wandered around but the town was quite pretty and everywhere we turned there seemed to be a small church. The Basilica of Dom Jesus was quite pretty too and had the remains of St Francis ...
After the wedding I went to Goa for a short vacation. I boarded a train in Rajkot, 24 hours later I arrived in Tivim. Unfortunately I was sick most of the journey, but I did enjoy the people and the views.
Goa is the smallest state of India. It is famous for its Portuguese influences, hippie tourists, beautiful beaches, gorgeous nature, and of course it's goatrace. These make a good combination for a holiday! For three day’s I partied, swam, ...