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 ...
... holiday, I bucked the trend and took a break from my holiday to do some work – now that is how it should be done. My arrival into Philadelphia was greeted by countless St Patrick's Day revelers in green (does that mean the Irish are really into relationships) on the streets - many of which were quite drunk. Like Goa there was a spilling of colours especially after the Paddy’s day revelers drank too much green beer. John had a quiet Sunday buying smart clothes for ...
... 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 ...
... the rest of North Goa. We found the same guy we used the day before and hired another scooter only $150 rupees about $2.50, a fancy looking yellow bike, we affectionately named Bumble Bee, the horn worked when it felt like it and the speedo was disconected and the fuel guage said full. We were told we needed to put fuel in, so we knew the guage was broken, who needs all these things anyway. We took off found the servo put in $150 rupees worth of fuel, not ...
... to say from what I've experienced so far that the Goan style of food is quite nice! They like meat in their curries (as opposed to Keralans who appear not to be too keen) and they like them hot! We're breaking in to the cuisine gently and so far, we're both still in good fettle!!!
Tomorrow, we're venturing further afield with a couple that we've met. The plan, I think, is to charter a taxi for the ...