Bambolim Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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We decided to take some time out from our time out, so we hired a bike for the journey. The bike was an old Bajaj Avenger but we decided to call it the Mighty Red Snapper. It was a lot more comfortable than the little Honda scooters we have been using and a lot more suitable for the journey.
Our first stop was Panjim, the capital of Goa. People told us that the place was best avoided as there was little to do. Well as always, I think it's the people that make the ...
... two hours later very sore and very tired but with enough cash for dinner - and just in time! We went straight from the reclining chairs where our friends had spent the afternoon being massaged and getting henna tattoos, to a restaurant on the beach. The restaurant had a heap of different platforms, adorned with bright fabrics and embroidery, where diners sat on the floor around a little table. It was very relaxed and the food was delicious! We ...
... have been warned that she's very broken up but we discover that she is actually more intact than many wrecks we've dived. The wreck was built in a French yard but taken over by the British during WW2 and renamed SS Rita. She was bringing a shipment of railway track to India in 1950 when she struck a rock and broke in half, the stern sinking nearly a mile off shore and the bow only sinking 100m off land. The bows sit in 9m of water, only 2m below the surface. Most of the ...
... 8221; You don’t see women in other parts of India, but here you see them at the different shops. You don’t really see them on the beach though. They are by far less aggressive than other places in India, but still annoying none the less. There are also a handful of jewelry stores that will pull out “precious stones” from under the counters to show you if you ask… they claim that ...
... Nook as they had some sun loungers there and had a bite to eat to justify stealing the lounger. Afterwards we headed to Ciaran's for some dinner. We had the famous Goan fish curry which was lovely and fish and chips followed by a Goan dessert made by John's sister Petia (whoever these people are). It was a coconut dessert thing a bit like a wet cake, i don't know really, it was nice anyway!!!! Bed early as we've a taxi to the Airport in the morning at 5am!