Calangute Residency

Address: Calangute, Goa, 403516, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Calangute, is near Baga Beach, Calangute Beach, Anjuna Market, and Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Calangute

    Wow! another side of india!

    A travel blog entry by cliona on Jan 21, 2014

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    ... it for a little bit.We had already seen a playground on our way in to the gardens but when we went out we thought we would have a go at it! Haha! Clíona went of a slide and Miriam climbed a climbing rack. Such kids!
    Now it was time to get to the harbour we saw the men working down there. But some time ago a famous story took place there, which has all been put in to a film now called the Sea wolves. It's about the british wanting to attack a ...

    Ghost town

    A travel blog entry by rosietucker on Jul 05, 2013

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    ... season, the sea was far too rough to swim in. The whole place felt really westernised, so we might as well have been in spain. Overall, Goa didn't really live up to expectations for me!

    On the bright-side, Sarah and I found out that evening that we had both got a First in our intercalated degrees! We rushed to the nearest bar for a beer, but because of the 'season' the best we could get was a mango ...

    Reis Magos: Always Something New

    A travel blog entry by indiaamy on Jun 02, 2013

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    ... the Sunday mass is deathly quiet. I quite like this as it meant that the roads were quieter than usual. We took Rusty II, the old scooter on the highway, over the bridge that crosses the Mandovi river to the other side of the estuary. From there, we took a small, rarely ventured inroad, which passed an old Portuguese fort named Reis Magos neighbouring a quaint Portuguese church. The Portugueses certainly left their mark in Goa with forts simular to this littering ...

    Celebrate the end of the year on the beach

    A travel blog entry by travelwithjorg on Dec 24, 2012

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    ... close to the beach on the shopping street.

    - For good meat go to the Laughing Buddah on the beach

    - If you want to hire a scooter do it before Christmas because towards the new year the prices go up

    - We stayed at Piya guesthouse for 600 Rupees a night (incl. new years eve). The guest house is ok and the restaurant on the other side of the road is a good place to meet fellow travelers.


    Day 22

    A travel blog entry by kbaldwin13 on Feb 27, 2012

    ... working with the usual set of girls. A lot of the younger ones have chickenpox so it was a lot quieter. The girls always ask me the funniest questions, today it was how did you get your skin so white, I said I was born like this, they said no you born black you use bleach? It crazy how much this stuff is drilled in at such a young age, and it's so weird when it's the opposite in england, everyone's crazy about tan no matter about the skin damage etc and here everyone is crazy about ...