Ave Maria 1 Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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At the pool today. Very humid over over the last few days & nights. After arranging a taxi for tomorrow I went & had another back massage. Another power cut while I was there. We will stay here for dinner tonight as its a gala dinner around the pool ...
... 17 usd), and we had picked out a place at the far end of the beach. However, tonight we felt like giving our resort a chance to show their stuff. Red snapper was listed for 1500 rupees and I asked Vish, one of the young waiters, if what they had was from today's catch. “Of course, always fresh” was his reply, and he tells us they have a really nice fish today, perfect for two. We asked “how much?” to confirm the price of 1500 but he tells us 2000. ...
Mormugao and Goa - 11/21/2013
We found a taxi for hire right off the ship - Shivaji - so we toured from around 11am to 5:30pm for around $60/USD for all 6 of us. Our first stop was the little island of San(or Sao) Jacinto with a nice old church and the small fishing village Dabolin. On the way to Panaji or Panjim, we passed a medical complex and school and a ...
... s expense, you see. I couldn't find any petrol station in the area but eventually found a place where I could get some fuel in bottles from. With my tank full I felt confident and ready for exploring. I felt like going somewhere distant. There was that town called Panjim, south of Candolim (where I was staying), which had been recommended by other tourists and by Google as a place where you can admire old Portuguese churches. What caught my attention, however was the fact ...
... hippie wardrobe: tie-dye garments, Bob Marley t-shirts, MC Hammer pants...I didn't realise that hippie-dom could be so commercial, and it led me to wonder what does it mean to be a hippie these days? If I dread my hair (haha I actually do have one dread in my hair right now with a seashell on the end!), pierce my face and wear badly fitting brightly coloured clothes, do I become a hippie? As one of the Swedish guys put it, 'do you have to be hippie to ...