Alor Grande Holiday Resort
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... too famished to complain about it.
Later in the day we left for Fort Aguada. The ride was fun in the cloudy weather, the view was more green. Then we rode towards Sinquerim beach which is along the Vivanta by Taj. We spent our time there watching the giant waves crashing against the rocks.
Then we again rode back towards Candolim and started looking for places for a ...
... fisherman much like our own in cornwall like a little drinky after a few hours at sea. On my return there was a road block due to a house fire. Mad every one felt this a great opportunity for a drinky. Like a celebration Bonkers. Followed by loads of food. I could be quite easy be tempted by some of the street vendors. However I have not become complacent yet. Early night due to cooking with some old dear tomorrow. Can't wait she is meant to be quality. Love cheffy ...
... is to plaster a smile on your face and calmly nod "no" to everyone who asks for money or to buy something from them. It's hard saying no so many times a day, but it is necessary, as you will be asked for money in some way or another over 100 times a day. You must always be awake and aware when walking or crossing the street; it didn't take long to realize that the walk sign doesn't really hold any weight at all. I have tried to observe and learn from other Indian people but ...
... in the water. We all stripped off and jumped in to help wash him, each being given a quarter coconut husk and then set about giving and good old scrub.
Once he was clean enough he sat up and allowed us to get on his back to experience out first ever jumbo power shower. Kara and Liana were first up – it was hilarious to watch as the elephant sucked up the water, his trunk visibly growing in front of our eyes, ...
... next couple of days with them and the good old Monk (local Rum thats cheap as peanuts) jigging around and then I decided it was time to explore new terrains and left after a wonderful evening, said bye to my juice man and agreed to meet up later with Sara later on in Ooty and travel for a while.
I headed further south to Agonda beach which had been recommended by a friend and was literal Paradise. As it was end of season there ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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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