Antonios Paradise

Address: Ashvem Beach, Mandrem, Goa, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mandrem

Indian Reflections

A travel blog entry by wanderingbish on Jan 19, 2014


... what I see and hope to be the largest bracket of locals, the ones who do not speak your language yet who's hospitality excels that of many, if not most, other countries. Such as the modest shop owner who became a friend during my time in north Goa. He had a small coffee machine that churned out some of the only drinkable black stuff in the area and so saw me a regularly. During this time I had free coffees, discounted biscuits and watched many days cricket in his small room ...

Tourist Hell

A travel blog entry by simonchegwyn on Nov 11, 2013

... I'll only be here a day or so. The reason for this will become clear as I may have come up with a cunning plan. From here I'll be heading up the coast towards Mumbai then cutting inland towards Pune. Sorry Chap - you know where I'm heading! No photos I'm afraid as I'm in an internet cafe. ...

Still in Goa

A travel blog entry by vagabondtour on Feb 01, 2013

2 comments, 30 photos

... of stalls selling just about anything you want. There was a central area where bands performed anything from Rajastani music to rock. Band just kept swopping so there was great entertainment. The food stalls were amazing with huge areas laid out for eating and cooking. Anything from Indian, Belarus, Israeli, seafood, burgers, chicken was available. Each stall has plates laid out of what each dish is and size and cost. ...

Sun, Sand and a crazy Yoga dude

A travel blog entry by tommy on Apr 03, 2012

7 photos

... some of his Yoga moves - check out the photo's - they're pretty impressive.

Coming to the end of the 7 days I spend in Arambol, I was starting to become institutionalised. It's so relaxing and easy, I could see myself spending my entire time in India here. But there is so much to see, so I got off my sunbed and started putting together a plan. 1st stop Hampi - based on the recommendation of pretty much everyone I talked to. But that story is for next ...

Im a "Goa-n" To The Beach

A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Mar 30, 2012

1 comment, 23 photos

... very welcome (albeit cold) shower before I set about exploring Arambol properly.

I made my way down to the beach following Glastonbury road as it wound round and down towards the sand. I took my time enjoying the walk through the pleasant and surprisingly large village having a nosey (Not always voluntarily) in some of the shops. Ali Baba Pants, T-Shirts and little trinkets seemed to account for most of the wares however I also made a point to ...

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