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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... side when you get on the sands. Now there was wall to wall sun beds with maybe 20 shacks all next to each other with only a foot or two between the beds . mainly covered in very large Russians. After getting into our room we went down to the beach for lunch but ended up walking for ages up to the Holiday Inn which has half a dozen shacks in front of it. We almost got flattened by a swarm of little birds flying in a ...
... humble and grateful for our time and donation. They take care of 20 boys and 5 adults purely on donations, which is very hard for them both. They were generous and cooked us some veggie noddles for lunch despite our polite protestations. We spent about an hour talking to the sisters and were able to see the boys come home from school. They were very cute ranging from 4-12yrs old. After a few hugs and pictures we had to say goodbye. ...
... to eat. Most of local restaurants were empty. Not a best sign, I thought but eventually I took a gamble with one of them which was located relatively close to where I was staying. I ordered some local chicken masala and it turned out to be a bull's eye! Delicious! And very nicely priced as well! When my belly was satisfied there was nothing else stopping me from checking out the local beach. And that killed me! As a meter of fact I'm writing this from that very beach at ...
... across a long way. Evening set across and we treated ourselves with some hot chai and kanda bhajii(nice hot and crispy) to taste from the nearby GTDC restaurant and set off for a walk towards the south along the beach. While walking you can make out the color changing in the sand from white to a little brownish and at that point you make out you reached another beach. Walking you can reach to Benaulium beach which is less crowded to Colva but a serene beach to rest in. Returning ...
... to the Santa Cruz market, took some photos, bought some snacks for the bus ride. Back to hotel to meet my driver from SNDT who would take me to the bus station 2 hours early. I found a nice bookshop where I spent about an hour looking for a dummy’s guide to Indian food (did not exist) and sat down with the shop owner who flipped through cookbooks teaching me about Indian food and then directed me to a good restaurant down the street. I ate a bit too much for ...