Calangute Residency

Address: Calangute, Goa, 403516, India | Hotel
 
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Location

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

    Day 17! Kids, Dolphins and Dancing!

    A travel blog entry by mvr-miriam on Jan 22, 2014

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    ... and Scottish but absolutely loved watching them! Ms. Bogmali seemed like a strict woman, like most dance teachers! The dance itself is so complex. Hand movements, eyes, facial expressions, neck, feet, the whole body is used to tell a story. Usually about their gods. Dances are long and a whole performance from one person used to last 3 hours but that has since been modernised. Not very realistic for an audience! The girls were very impressive and ...

    Day 6

    A travel blog entry by rell01 on Sep 08, 2013

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    ... that could be interesting.

    We met a New Zealand couple (living in WA, she works on Borrow Is where Pete & Sharl"s
    work) doing much the same as us so they were good to talk to & pass on information.

    We have to get everything ready to leave tomorrow heading for Delhi. That's all for now talk later

    Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.
    Confucius ...

    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 ...

    Goa: A Place of Great People, Beaches...& Alcohol

    A travel blog entry by jamesgeorge232 on Jan 20, 2013

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    ... This was full to the brim of people selling and buying all sorts of Indian goods. The sun was really beaming down but the hangover wasn't present, thankfully. After a while Vanessa and I decided that we should travel to Arambol Beach which was 12km or so up the coast. After only taking spoken directions we found a 45 min journey turn into 90 mins. We were a little lost. Fortunately all of the locals were super friendly and willing to redirect some ...

    Goa

    A travel blog entry by leonya on Feb 14, 2012

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    ... all night long trance parties, while the southerns part is much quieter catering to mostly older people looking for a more relax pace. Our friend Christel lives in the southern part in a very cute little town called Benaulim. Many of the people we met here are older people who have been coming here for many years, some making it their chosen vocation spot every year.

    Very quickly Lisa and I saw why people ...