Colva Residency

Address: 4th Ward, Colva, Goa, 403708, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 4th Ward, Colva, is near Fort Aguada Lighthouse and Ancestral Goa.
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    Travel Blogs from Colva

    Day 166. The delayed Indian railway journey

    A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Feb 10, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... The booth had curtains, no doors or walls. We were shacked up with a retired Indian accountant (used to work for Unilever) and his wife who were heading for Kerela for three weeks to see family. The man spoke excellent English and was very helpful, particularly when we wanted to know more about the train delays. At every station we arrived at he checked the timetable to tell us what the delay had increased too.

    Chicken biriyani, samosa, chai, coffee, yoghurt, ice cream, were ...

    Yoga, chanting and snow storms

    A travel blog entry by johneklund on Mar 15, 2014

    26 photos

    ... 10 rupees (about 15 cents). On the way back, several 'young entrepreneurs’ had set up even more roadblocks to extract money from the drivers. On Thursday I walked down the beach to Arambol. Arambol is supposedly the center of hippydom, full of hippies and more markets. The walk along the beach was an opportunity for people watching as yogees practiced their headstands and other moves (John adds – good sling shot targets for Shannon), fisherman went through nets ...

    Goa: An escape from India

    A travel blog entry by sam.eric_global on Apr 21, 2013

    4 comments, 31 photos

    ... and western style toilet (all of the same one-temperature water source of course). It is important to note the western toilet because you don’t always come across those in India. I understand now how all the Indian yogis are flexible- because they have to squat so much to use the toilet. There is a one light bulb in the bathroom, and another in the main bedroom, along with a plug-in or ceiling fan. The ...

    Relaxing Goan style...

    A travel blog entry by nelson_courts on Jan 11, 2013

    ... seats that were surrounding us and hold on as the bus driver swerved left to right, breaking hard every 10 metres. Travelling inland we reached our first destination in Mini Goa. Here we learnt about the old Goan village and how things were done in the olden days including a tour of a 250 year home that was very fascinating. We visited 2 functioning temples that was interesting to see everyone praying and being blessed. Not on our agenda for the day was the Spice Farm, although ...

    Beach Dog I

    A travel blog entry by laurabizzle12 on Dec 02, 2012

    2 photos

    ... the same complex and slept some more. I have been desperate to get to the beach so am very happy to be here. The vibe here is good lots of travellers and retired hippies and cainers. We have made the acquaintance of 'Everyday Pete' seemingly a Palolem institution, so named as you met him every day, the following day he has no recollection of you and asks your name. Pete, a middle aged ex pat from the UK spends months here drinking copious amounts of ...