Anup Holiday Homes

Address: Dr. Afonso Road Umtawado, Calangute, Goa, 403516, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dr. Afonso Road Umtawado, Calangute, is near Baga Beach, Calangute Beach, Anjuna Market, and Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre.
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      Goa and more!

      A travel blog entry by mark.lockyer91 on May 10, 2014

      ... 8217;t really tried any since coming out here. I bought a Dosa kit; basically powder and you add water, sounds simple, it’s not. I managed to get something that looks remotely like a Dosa on the 5th attempt, but it really didn’t taste like one. May come back to that as I have 3/4+ of a packet left, only 65 rupees though so it’s not much wasted. Also, thought I’d try out the Indian cinema, so I’m off today to go and ...


      A travel blog entry by edinburghb on Jan 27, 2014

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      ... good. We had a pretty seamless transfer from Arambol all the way down to Palolem. We took a tuk tuk down to Mapusa followed by three buses to Panaji then Margao then finally Palolem. Except for the first bus being excruciatingly slow all the buses were cheap, clean and not too packed and sweaty. We had literally no waiting time between buses, either the system isn't bad or we got very lucky! The buses cost a total of 81p and whereas a taxi all the way there would have ...

      Found Mr Crab!

      A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Oct 31, 2013

      66 photos

      ... church, but fancier) and then the Municipal Gardens, which were quite good, but small. We saw a cashew-nut tree there (with Pink Flowers) and a lovely looking bush with yellow flowers called Peacock flowers. (It transpires that these flowers are poisonous to humans, but the roots can be used to treat ulcers.)

      We went to the Aden Maden, a flower garden (by name only). It commemorates the independence of Goa from the Portuguese in the 1960s (it took the Portuguese ...

      Pale People

      A travel blog entry by lloydalice on Feb 13, 2013


      We have spent the last few days not really doing much at all. Our days mainly consist of eating, sleeping, reading and swimming. To say we have been taking it easy would be an understatement; our biggest worry at the moment is where we're going to go out to eat that night. We can’t really complain, unlucky for you lot back home at work or at uni in the snow! We’ll have a drink on the beach for you! Today we woke up late and decided to do something useful with the rest of ...

      Living It Up At The TAJ

      A travel blog entry by braynbrooks on Aug 30, 2011

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      ... went wrong, there was a landslide on the track and we ended up being stuck in the middle of nowhere for 12 hours! What a delay! And because the train's engine was off there was no aircon, fans or airflow through the windows. It was just stale stuffy 40 degrees heat. Food ran low, babies cried and locals pooed on the tracks. Nice. Another great Indian experience to add to the list. But we took it in our stride as we knew there was a ...