Bambolim Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We hadn't really been on a nice beach since Montanita, way back when we were in Ecuador. Mid-October to be precise. We knew that we'd probably enjoy some time kicking back next and letting the waves lap at our feet for a bit, and after the chaos of many of the parts of India felt a break from all the travelling would be welcome. And what better place to indulge in some beach time than Goa?
We flew from tiny Jodhpur airport, once the military jets had landed and taxied off the ...
... It's Gandhi's birthday, so we had a little trouble booking places. The one we'd come to last night was lovely but pricey...we had a much cheaper one in line down the road, but after the luxury of Afonsos guest house we were a little reluctant to leave. Fi returned saying that the new place was totally fine, clean and very big and spacious. So we grabbed our bags and checked in. It was then we learnt that not only was it Gandhi's birthday, it ...
... about warm weather, balmy summer breezes and summer dresses. India has it’s share of warm weather and balmy summer breezes, but I have had no chance for summer dresses. That’s not to say that women do not wear things like that. They do. When you go to malls and touristy areas, night clubs, etc., you will definitely see any number of outfits that are not kurtas, saris, shalwars etc. It would be totally ok for me to walk around in jeans and a t-shirt or even a dress on ...
... through more jungle and climbed more mountains, but today we went through a few small villages, large farms, and perhaps the most impressive, a national forrest conservation with some stunning views. It was about a 23 KM drive, but just breathtaking. Plus, we pretty much had the road to ourselves. We stopped a couple dozen times heading both to the spice farm and on the way home to take pictures and just stare at the views. We hadn't seen a good head bobble for a ...
... of 250 kilometers like that. But we had made the decision to stay on back roads instead of taking the long way on the newish multi-lane main highway. We’d just have to take it slow.
Besides, the natural scenery, watching daily life in small out of the way farming villages, people hard at work in the fields, picking cotton, cutting sugarcane and plowing the fields behind oxen, was interesting to us.
Men congregated at ...