Alor Grande Holiday Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlor Grande Holiday Resort Candolim
For what you pay for per night, this place is pretty good. I would highly suggest taking full advantage of the bar at the hotel before you go out: drinks are cheap!
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Travel Blogs from Candolim
... downtime before a bus to Calangute and taxi to
just outside Anjuna, for Don’s much anticipated Indian cooking lessons. I score
as I will flavour the outcome in 3 hours time. With 3 hours to kill and nowhere
to go I decide to potentially walk my way back to Calangute, or see how far I
get, to try find some baggies to replace my lost ones. A bit down the road an
elderly gentleman on a scooter pulls over and offers me a ride which I
... Not a bad spot to say the least.
Decision time: whole kingfish, prawns (they were more like small lobsters), calamari, salad etc. Wow, a wonderful meal.. Even Slim (not the biggest "fish fan") is prepared to tuck into the local aquatic fare. To finish our meal, Slim and I had a Goan peanut rice pudding. Again delightful. I'm finding the culinary exploits that we have undertaken to be extra-ordinary and we are thankful that Slim's wheat intolerance is well ...
... menu. Serves him right, it was covered in little slices of green chillies & he says its the hottest thing he has had since we got here. We walked all the way back again & I've got very sore feet. Bought some new Indian flip flops last night but should have taken the plastic covering off the toe posts before wearing ...
... giggling to themselves. Staying there for the two nights that we did was a fantastic experience... We ate homemade food, visited various sights including a vineyard with the daughter and her friend, met family friends and I played cricket with the son and his friends at the local park, it's mad how many different groups of lads were playing games of cricket on this small patch of land! It was also really interesting to hear in more detail of the way that Hindus live their ...
Day 15 Goa Another tough day of sunbathing and reading! Mick was very good and got up early to go for a run. We did also manage a short stroll to the village too. Met a lovely shop keeper called Leela. She had very good English and described a lot about her life (which had the desired effect of winning us over!) But we did believe her. She was married off at age 14 and had her first child at 15. She now has 4 children at age 25. Three girls and a boy. When she had ...