Anup Holiday Homes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... filled a vile with balls of sugar and then added drops of a homeopathic liquid. The vile was shaken, a label was added and then given to the patient. The next section of the pharmacy was the patient care section. The concept of patient care facilitated by the pharmacist is relatively new in Goa. In this pharmacy, blood pressure screening, blood glucose screenings, height, weight, and BMI ...
... goodbye. We put Brother Bosco to bed and got picked up by Uncle Maurice's friends, Mr. and Mrs. Breitkopf. (A German/Portuguese/Indian family) We were going to have dinner at their house, we first had some drinks and shared a few stories. Mr. Breitkopf travels to Europe quite often for business so he told us about that, uncle Maurice always has some great stories to tell and we told about our India adventures so far. Very entertaining! For dinner ...
... He chucked the radio on and "Dangerous" by Roxette was playing. I always liked that tune. We hummed along a bunch of country roads for about an hour until we finally rocked up in Anjuna. Taxi only cost £10 inc tip. Bargain. Anjuna in the high season is a rocking place full of people getting drunk and dancing on the beach, heaps of parties at shacks and a bunch of good times.
This is not the high season. It's really quiet here - hardly ...
... 3D glasses whilst looking through a kaleidoscope periscope. Wednesday was a particularly early start to catch a 7 hour train ride to Mumbai. The train ride was long and the seats we not comfortable at all. we saw the slums of Mumbai from about 40 km out of the city centre. I was happy to arrive in Mumbai and stretch the legs. Mumbai is the financial hub of India, however not the capital. So you have a city skyline as modern as any other 1st world city, and then ...
... we also found a quaint church in the grounds where local women were singing and praying. We then made our way to Khola beach which we were told was 'nice’, nearly turned back along the very long and bumpy dirt road, but were so happy when we arrived as it definitely surpassed all our expectations. A gorgeous little cove, ocean on the one side and on the other side of the thin crescent of golden sand lay a blue lagoon. We toyed with the idea of staying here in some ...