Travel Blogs from Calangute
... beach hut- we have sandy
feet all the time which leads to sand everywhere no matter how much we sweep. But
Hannah Sofia who seem to have sand not just between her little toes but also in
her hair, ears and even often in her mouth doesn’t seem to mind….
But hey with only 5 first world problems compared to the
innumerable first world pleasures we have experienced as privileged westerners
out here, who can really complain!
Shaff and Lou ...
... Planet Worldesque epilogue. Amidst the endurance that was the train journey to Mumbai, it gave us a chance again fully to see the sellers at work. Scores of red shirted men trapse the carriages shouting repetitively the name of the good they are selling "Coffee, coffee, coffee, or "Chai, chai, chai". At each station they are then joined by a crowd of others who sell ice drinks or local delicacies. The differing smells and constant activity helps somewhat to break ...
... us to buy some poxy sandels which were probably worth 3 quid at most for 2500 rupees which is about 30 pounds, we laughed at the cheek of it and walked off. Later on Lloyd found a good pair of sandals and managed to bargain his way down from 800 rupees to 300 with his new techniques and our well established knowledge of the Indians and the currency. Lloyd didn’t waste time swapping his flip flops, which he complains about bitterly, to his new sandals and we went back to the room ...
... the Delhi belly so I can't complain...A chocolate brownie and some dynamite cocktails at €1.15 each topped off a great day.
Next day was our last in Palolem so Angie had a sleep in as the yoga has taken its toll, 10am she slept in till ( I Know!!). So we had a quick breakie and headed off to the beach for some rays. We bought another (hopefully real) sunblock so we said **** it - it might be a long time till we hit the beach again. We chilled ...
... have smoked for sure in the past.I felt very happy for that ). Typically most of the tourists were taking a peg or two,smoke a lot get in to the water spend an hour or so,come out and take a peg or two .......the cycle continued the whole day. We have walked along the Lagoon after that.The weather was pleasant.The air is soothing.We didn't feel like leaving the place.We would like to visit the place again.
From Blue Lagoon resort we went to Eco tourism ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service