Casa de Morgado

Address: House 115, Cortalim, Goa, 403710, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on House 115, Cortalim, is near Palolem Beach and Arambol Beach.
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      Lazy lazy beach days....

      A travel blog entry by dandalessandro on Dec 07, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... in Goa each year! Ha ha!

      Tomorrow marks the end of lazy time as Scotty starts his massage course, hoorah! We both went to meet the trainer James and see a demo of how the massage is performed; looking closely at the background of this massage, and the practise itself Scotty is going to have a great asset under his belt with this one, and a new therapy to bring home to compliment his existing skills. The massage James did during the demo massage was amazing, a ...

      Beach hopping and lazy days....

      A travel blog entry by dandalessandro on Nov 18, 2014

      43 photos

      ... and cool off in the sea one of our furry friends splashed into the sea, walking further out, then swimming closer and closer the doggy (named at this point as Mr doggy) decided that he trusted Scotty enough and lied out in the ocean, totally supported by Scotts outstretched arms which were providing a human lilo for the canine swimmer. He just lay there, looked around, relaxed and had his own little float around – the clever mut probably learnt this from watching ...

      Day 38 - Roadtrip to Arambol beach

      A travel blog entry by indianadventure on Aug 23, 2014

      It was an early rise at 5:00 in our efforts to join the fishermen on their morning session at Baga beach. Having negotiated a price with 'frank' the previous day he had told us to come around 6 to get on the boats as they went out. Sadly this didn't quite happen as the the allusive 'Frank' was no where to be seen and we were informed that if the fishermen were seen to be taking tourists out they would lose their license. Nevertheless we got to ...

      4. I Like Western Clothes

      A travel blog entry by adventurlandia on Jun 30, 2014

      17 photos

      ... beach shift every night, not desiring to put on my pants or long shirts that seemed overly much in the tropical heat and sun. I felt open and carefree and like weights had been lifted from my shoulders.

      The long sleeves and pants signify a certain prison. I look into my closet and try to figure out what to wear, but nothing appeals to me. My jean pants are too heavy and hot, my shirts hang too big and heavy and I feel enclosed in fabric that doesn’t suit my mood ...

      Goodbye Delhi, Hello Goa.

      A travel blog entry by stuartpaine on Mar 09, 2014

      6 photos

      ... We landed at the newly opened terminal in Dabolem, anyone that knows how bad the old terminal was knows that the new one was long overdue, and anything built in India is normally long overdue. This was much better, bigger, spacious, and more modern, even though we didn't have to use them, even the carousels looked up to date.

      We had emailed our accommodation in Goa and they said they could send a car to collect us from the airport, so when we bowled ...