Antonios Paradise

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Indian Reflections

A travel blog entry by wanderingbish

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... 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 ...

Masterchefs in Indian cuisine

A travel blog entry by coletteandkam

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... So the cooking commenced. He began by passing us a notebook and pen to write down the method of the dishes. He introduced us to many different herbs and spices carefully placing them in a pan then took us outside to take a picture. He was so proud of his culinary skills. His wife made the chapattis with us, she was such a pro, kneading the dough and frying them to perfection. This gave Siva a chance to relax with his ...

Im a "Goa-n" To The Beach

A travel blog entry by jameshardy88

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... 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 ...

Let's Goa to Paradise!

A travel blog entry by sashadasha

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... million dollar condo overlooking a slum of a million people was a common occurrence. Despite all that, we are optimistic that India is on the right track. They are the most populous country on earth and they grow enough food to feed their population. Once the logistics of food distribution are nailed down and infrastructure is developed hunger will become a thing of the past.


Some like it "spicy"
The food in Goa was almost the same as ...

Going to Goa

A travel blog entry by ruth_and_emily

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... whilst we were serenaded in Bukit Luwang and the very song we had been singing during motorbike crash number 3 in Lake Toba! Tracy Chapman’s, ‘Baby Can I Hold You Tonight’. Femmy laughed all the way through and considered not telling Ruth that she hadn’t requested this song, as it was so appropriate! She did, however, because she thought that the fact it was merely serendipity made it even funnier.

On our final day we decided to go to a ...

     

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