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TravelPod Member ReviewsBaywatch Beach Resort Colva
Nothing great about this resort. Also,overly priced. Also the beach is 10 minute walk from the Resort. Overall and average experience.
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Yes I am alive, no I haven't been snatched up in the Indian version of Taken. I've simply accomplished very little in the last couple of weeks, so I saved us both a forced blog entry. However, on February 16th, I did in fact manage to work my way back into the state of Kerala, where I had visited the waterfalls and 'tribal' village. This time, the purpose of my ten hour bus ride was less opaque. I was excited to meet Meenu, my family's sponsor child, both for ...
... off a very large book borrowed from the hotel's library before we leave.
It's lunchtime and Ian kindly brings my food order up from the restaurant. Cold coffee and french fries...lovely junk food! As our friends commented last night, Goa is really not the raw India...thank God! No doubt some Internet troll will have something *****y to say about this but after nearly three months in India and countless curries, we say bring the junk food on! One of the other ...
... Palace. The palace was completed about a hundred years ago in a hybrid style known as Indo-Saracenic. The vast palace had a very wide frontage but the really impressive part was the beautifully painted interiors designed by a British man named Henry Irwin. No photos allowed inside though so you'll have to have a look on Google. We also took a trip out to Srirangapatna where we saw Tipu's Summer Palace, the onetime residence of ...
... destination. Colva is half way in between Agonda and Panaji; we were hoping for less of a ghost town and more places to stay. I grabbed a seat in the front of the bus where the driver sits. The buses in Goa have a separate compartment for the driver where you have to go through a door to get there. There is just enough room for about 2-3 people to sit comfortably. A large man sat next to me who owned a hotel in Agonda but lives in Margao which is the city closest ...
... you have to order an orange, a vodka and some ice and make it yourself ... very strange. Anyway, after a while the lady on the table next to ours ordered a Pina Colada and the waiter went and got her one, at which point Donna spat out her mouthful of post mixed vodka/orange in amazement. We then ended up chatting to the couple next to us laughing at our Indian experiences/frustrations and the weakness of the men when they become tired and ...