Colonia Santa Maria (CSM)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... relishing the warmth of the water and the sun and the power of the waves! I came very close to meeting up with Ajay, my Intrepid tour guide! He was on a tour with a group and they happened to be going out for dinner on my last night, in Calangute, the nearest beach town to my hotel. Small world! My room at the Presa di Goa was very nice, as well as the property, which has ...
... at 5am. Our room faces the pool and which is clean and tidy apart from the ants nest we are sharing it with...oh and we share our bed with them too. Right time to check the pool out and get some sun burn! Tomorrow we head off to find Anna and stay in our beach hut for 6 nights. Check back soon. Jon and ...
... on them. After a good dinner (I think i'm addicted to mushrooms) Axel managed to literally scoop up a good chunk of cow dung with his flip flop, and despite a good attempt to wash it off in a puddle, some still clung to his toe :S Not his best moment. After a damned good shower, the sky cleared and we managed to get an hour by the hotel pool. We then hired a scooter (to prevent any other foot- in- cow- dung- mishaps) and had a lamb tandoori dinner.
Anjuna- Monday 17th ...
... which we just CAN NOT think about!!!
On one of our last days there we felt we had to spend 1 day doing something different from the beach. We decided to take a tour of a Spice Plantation. We went with two of our friends Max from Montreal and Jamie from Virginia (one of the few other U.S. travelers). Max had researched a plantation that wasn’t the usual one visited by all the tourists and not as far away. We were happy ...
... deserved beer!
Second day of biking and I don't think we realised how much it would exhaust us! We head to Betul beach, but the signposts are so subtle or non existent that we drive for a good 20 minutes too far. We turn around and once back in Betul we ask for directions, but all the locals say there isn't a beach or tell us completely conflicting directions...they obviously want to keep it a secret. Eventually by accident we reach the opposite side and can see the beach, ...