Colva Residency

Address: Colva Residency 4th Ward, Colva, Goa, 403708, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Colva Residency 4th Ward, Colva, is near Fort Aguada Lighthouse and Ancestral Goa.
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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        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 ...

        Day Four

        A travel blog entry by yellow-gumboots on Jan 10, 2014


        ... being said because I was laughing too much so i don't know much about the caves, they were nice though. After that we headed to the spice plantation! We walked across this bridge crossing a really beautiful river, we got flower lays and a red bindi dot on our forehead, we sat at some tables and got served some hot lemongrass tea! That was surprisingly really nice. We got taken on a tour of the spice plantation and got told about ...


        A travel blog entry by escape_the_race on Sep 28, 2013

        24 photos

        ... Indian mobile number, we therefore had to pop into one of the very many travel agents to get them to book them for us, while they take a small 50p commission.

        We needed two tickets - one to Mumbai and another on onto Agra. You would have thought this was a fairly easy process....... Not!! About 3 hours later we emerged from the travel agents exhausted but successful at having finally booked the Mumbai train - but had to return later that day to see if he could book one onto ...

        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 ...

        Awesome foursome.

        A travel blog entry by laurabizzle12 on Dec 31, 2012

        4 photos

        ... We all had crab and jumbo prawns which was absolutely epic. Jumbo prawns are huge, I have never seen anything like it and delicious. On New Year's Eve we enjoyed curry on the beach, it was lovely having dinner accompanied by the sound of the waves lapping on the shore. After dinner we went for a drink at a bar with all of the gang (Simon, Jim, Gina, Trudy aka Trumpet and Jack), and after that to a beach party at the far end of the beach. We got ...