Abalone Resort

Address: Gorbhat, Arpora, Goa, 403 518, India | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Gorbhat, Arpora, is near Palolem Beach, Arambol Beach, and Fort Aguada Lighthouse.
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      Travel Blogs from Arpora

      Calangute, Goa.

      A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Nov 30, 2014

      2 comments, 3 photos

      Got a little drunk last night from the 241 cocktails! I was absolutely AWESOME at pool (with my beer goggles on) I don't think I potted 3 balls haha! And I bought your taxi driver/fisherman/ Scott's beach friend a drink, anything he wanted from the fridge, typical man went for the most expensive a red bull... Cost me 100 rupees! Scott done his little deed of the day, again. Fed the dog some water from the tap, he gets all high pitched when he talks to ...

      Incredible India

      A travel blog entry by shonamary on Jan 13, 2014

      ... until 5 days after the event. And now that we feel our rickshaws are the best way to travel we are going to use them and cruise down the coast.

      A few memorable sights and adventures have included:

      * pavagahr mountain temple where we joined 1000s of Indians, school kids and pilgrims on a hike up a mountain. Firs we got in a landcruiser with 25 others! Then caught a gondola half way up the mountain. We were the only westerners and spent the morning being asked ' ...

      Goa: An escape from India

      A travel blog entry by sam.eric_global on Apr 21, 2013

      4 comments, 31 photos

      ... patrolling the streets, and we’ve even seen a few cats (surprisingly rare sightings in India). But most of all, people here smile! There is little to no poverty (that we can see from tourist perch at least), just the occasional beggers walking the beach (apparently these beggers aren’t even Goan, but move into the area to beg off the tourists). It was, in a way, a nice escape from the rest of ...

      Saturday Night Market:

      A travel blog entry by rekabliss on Jan 13, 2013

      Saturday Night Market:
      Wow, now that is something everyone should see once in their lifetime at least. Apparently it is one of the biggest night markets in Asia, and it is definitely one with the most flare to it. The ambiance is incredible, colorful unique and the quality is surprisingly good. It is mostly made up of random merchants from all over the world selling handmade artsy stuff, everything from ...

      Palolem

      A travel blog entry by angierich on Dec 06, 2012

      19 photos

      ... coast is littered with beaches and Agonda is as pretty as any of them but much more quieter. It doesn't have the scenic impact of Palolem but the accommodation is cheaper and even at this time of year coming into the busy season you have a near deserted beach to enjoy. We chilled and got some lemon ice teas and read our book/kindle. Afterwards we headed to Blue Planet as we found out that it moved to between Palolem and Agonda. This place is an Indian ...