Antonios Paradise

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

Mandrem, Goa.

A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Dec 05, 2014

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... another one '300 yards down he road' was it heck! Asked another local after about 800 yards where the nearest ATM was and he said about '5-10 minutes walk, 1.5km' what! He gave it a go and booked a taxi. It was about 3km down the road! The one ATM only allowed you to take 2000 out per time and the other 4000 at a time, so back we went! We were recommended Cafe Nu by a friend... Got there, it was busy, looked really nice... The menu was about 3 pages ...

Yoga, chanting and snow storms

A travel blog entry by johneklund on Mar 15, 2014

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... fascinated with Terrie. The girls parents just laughed as she chatted away in Hindi looking confused when Terrie could not answer her questions, but Terrie used her ipad and other things to keep her entertained. John just snoozed and read his book. The journey was long and the train finally arrived at Madgaon station 3 hours late. Fortunately there was great pre-paid taxi service at the station and we got a taxi to our hotel at Candolim beach. The ride was fairly long (approx ...

Bye bye Mandrem

A travel blog entry by wanderingbish on Jan 18, 2014

... told me many times I would get the money back so that was handy.

It was nice being back in Mandrem - all the shop owners were saying hi and asking how my trip had been and the guys in Riverside knew what I wanted before I had ordered it. It's safe to say I have fallen for Mandrem some what.
I had just one full day to fit in my India shopping, seeing Raj (the coffee shop owner up the ...

Hippies of Goa (Nagoa) - Ajunta Beach

A travel blog entry by darrendeanna on Mar 23, 2013

We got back from the backwaters at Kerala and had dinner before making our way to the train. We discovered a flashy hotel "The Brunton Boathouse" across from where we were staying called that had a spectacular restaurant called The Armoury, and ate Kerala fish, amazing dish grilled fish covered in spices from the region. We took our tuk tuk to the station, whuch was far less confusing than Bangalore station, and were prepared this time with ticket in hand. We ...


A travel blog entry by angierich on Dec 02, 2012

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... was at Molly's Nest as we were too lazy to walk along the beach to find somewhere else. I'd a very tasty spicy spud curry with yoghurt and Richie tried the Veg Hyderbadi (we'd seen this on a few places but never tried it)...the food was very very good and cheap also. We'd a few beers and hit the bamboo.
3rd day in Mandrem beach starts out like every other day....morning yoga for me and lie in for himself...:) Actually I lie, Richie actually went for a ...

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