Club Mahindra Back Water Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... homestay, which had three comfortable rooms, was the only facility for tourists there. So, our food and activities for the three days we stayed there were organised almost exclusively by Vijeesh and family. The whole family really tried to ensure we had the best experience during our stay.
We had a 3+ hour walking tour of the village and surroundings on the first afternoon, during which Vijeesh showed us all sorts of aspects of the local life we simply would not have ...
... and puts them in a plastic bag and takes them home or to their restaurant.
Next we went to a local market that sells food and household products.There are stalls that only sell onions, or tomatoes or bananas, or
I dapples, or chillies and that is all.
There are a nice group of people staying here and we had a good evening eating our dinner, drinking and chatting to two young English doctors and a hippie type guy from Liverpool.
... Goa. After a bit we took a wander round the roads but with there not being much around, settled for wandering round the shops at the beach front. We sat in a beach front bar with a fruit shake and relaxed. It was clear that was mostly what we were going to be doing which was fine by me. Later that evening we went for dinner and found a place that did yet another delicious fish curry which finished off the day perfectly.
It was time ...
After settling into our guesthouse we had heard there was a great canoe trip around Ashamundi lake and Munroe island through the tourist office. After several people claimed to be from the office we managed to find the right one and booked the 4 hour trip for the following morning. Next was a walk to the station for Willem to book a train before heading to the beach. It was a nice one with the biggest waves I'd seen so far. We sat ...
... single portion sachets. The saw mill works on the roadside, open to everyone passing. No health and safety here, unprotected blades cutting tree trunks into planks, the old workmen in their mundu (sarongs) and bare foot. Coir carpet looms, strung and looking like an impossible puzzle, sit under corrugated tin roofs, turning the fibrous outer husks of coconuts into the itchiest carpet that my rear has ever had to sit on...in the bottom of the canoe a few ...