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... treats as Albert "Bob Marley" Einstein.
The evening's entertainment comprised of a boat cruise along the Mandovi river. Not the kind of cruise where anyone is interested in the scenery (other than the massive casinos floating all around and the big Kingfisher sign) but rather the kind of cruise where everyone wants to either sit in rows watching dancing or else participate in some kind of entirely sober manically enthusiastic dancing, departing from ...
... than can be gotten in Palolem. While some travelers find Palolem too developed and crowded, we find it a nice balance of good services and rustic charm. While at our hut hidden in the palm grove, we certainly feel away from it all......
March 5th to 14th PALOLEM BEACH
Cressida Cyrus (pure bliss)
Daytime temperatures 90F /32C nights 56F/13C
... help yourself buffet style thing and the plates, we'd already been told, were made from the stems of palm leaves. They're collected and sent away to be cleaned and pressed into shape. Hurrah for eco friendly crockery.
We both actually really enjoyed it here ay. We declined to take part in the elephant riding or bathing (costs extra) on account of the fact that elephants in captivity never look happy, though I don't think any of us would look happy if ...
... we went for a swim and had some time chilling on the loungers reading (Hannah is reading Jodi Picoult, The Pact; recommended).
Since the food is so great at Marv’s where we are staying we ended up eating here for lunch and then for dinner. For lunch we tried a chicken xacuti which is a local Goan curry, mild red coconut chilli gravy – yum, and for dinner we had our new favourite curry; chicken Kadai which is a creamy capsicum and ...
... around half what we'd agreed, probably a fair compromise. Palolem, a tiny fishing village in south Goa was everything we'd hoped it would be. With white sandy beaches as far as the eye can see and giant palm trees everywhere. The busy streets of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur were to become a distant memory here, as we'd spend our days reading, sunbathing, eating and just all round relaxing. It was more Caribbean than India. We ...
Other places to stay in Salcette
178 &179 Pedda, Salcette | Hotelfrom $215
- Not bad, but had better
- Great hotel
- Amazing - most relaxing holiday ever!!!
Betalbatim beach, Salcette | 3 star hotelfrom $40
Teen Murti, Salcette | 2 star hotelfrom $37
Ranwaddo Betalbatim, Salcette | Hotelfrom $39
Mobor, Cavelossim, Salcette | Hotelfrom $46
Adsulim, Benaulim, Salcette | 3 star hotelfrom $15
Mobor Beach , Salcette | 2 star hotelfrom $30
Post Zuem, Betul, Salcette | 2 star hotelfrom $23
House Number 142 Dias Ward, Salcette | Hotelfrom $25
Main Road, Margoa, Salcette | Hotelfrom $11
Margao - Colva Road, Salcette | Hotelfrom $13
48/10 Adao Wado, Salcette | 5 star hotelfrom $103
Rangali, Betul, Salcette | Hotelfrom $77
Pedda, Salcette | 4 star hotelfrom $56
4th Ward,Colva Beach, Salcette | 3 star hotelfrom $13