Amigo Plaza

Address: 4th Ward,Colva Beach, Salcette, Goa, 403708, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 4th Ward,Colva Beach, Salcette.
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        Day 33 - Journey to tropical paradise

        A travel blog entry by indianadventure on Aug 18, 2014

        4 photos

        ... Homes and to be reunited with the Sivaramans. After a few wrong turns we found the house and had a warm welcome. After a cup of tea everyone we off for dinner (except Laura who headed straight to bed). We found ourselves in a local bar. We'd dare not have visited the dimly lit establishment, filled with local men on our own, but with Nushkie, Alisha and Sophie with us we were able to enjoy an authentic goan dinner relatively hassle ...

        Five weeks in India

        A travel blog entry by sarahrees on May 06, 2014

        47 photos

        ... temple in Shimla. When our guide got to the part where Hanuman eats half the sun (that's why we can only see half the sun - the side which faces us) he said 'I'm not sure if this is true' . . . but the part where the monkey flies from Sri Lanka to the Himalayas and picks up the mountains because he doesn't know which herbs to pick? . . . And the monkeys are still in Shimla to this day awaiting Hanuman's return. I'm not against Hinduism per se, but find it hard ...

        Yoga, chanting and snow storms

        A travel blog entry by johneklund on Mar 15, 2014

        26 photos

        ... 10 rupees (about 15 cents). On the way back, several 'young entrepreneurs’ had set up even more roadblocks to extract money from the drivers. On Thursday I walked down the beach to Arambol. Arambol is supposedly the center of hippydom, full of hippies and more markets. The walk along the beach was an opportunity for people watching as yogees practiced their headstands and other moves (John adds – good sling shot targets for Shannon), fisherman went through nets ...

        Goin' to Goa

        A travel blog entry by intrepidus on Feb 02, 2014

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        An early taxi to the UN heritage listed Victoria Terminus. Even at 6 am this station which is Asia's largest is teeming. People are everywhere - sitting, squatting, eating or crowded around the numerous ticket portals. The English concept of a queuing system is alien here. It's every man for himself. Fortunately we have pre-booked our seats on the Mandovi 'express’ so it just means plodding down long, long and ...


        A travel blog entry by edinburghb on Jan 27, 2014

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        ... beach next to a cow. Also, dogs love barking at and chasing cows. There are A LOT of Russians in North Goa (rumour has it a sort of mafia is taking over...). So much so almost every menu is translated into Russian, some Indians speak Russian and the live music at bars is in Russian. Arambol is still pretty hippy. We saw drum circles (with terrible 'free spirited' dancing), hula hoopers, stilt walkers, poi on fire and a beach market made up of settled hippy Westerners turning ...