Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Goa Candolim
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... slept in the four bed area and I was in the walkway area - didn't really fancy being closed in with 2 Indian men for the night. In the walkway beds you get a little privacy - your own curtain between the walkway and bed. Liam's bed had a large curtain for the 4 beds. After getting into my silk liner (shying away from patchy stained train sheets) I lay down and then started seeing loads of cockroaches, not wanting to kill them because no doubt they are cannibals and once dead would ...
Day 1. Tuesday. 23rd April 2013.
The morning was utter chaos, trying to get everything and everyone organized and trying not to forget anything too important. We had a lot of bags. This time, I didn't bother with the Trunki. We learned from the previous trip that more than Zach, it was us lugging that around once the novelty wore out. We also decided to stick to one place and not move around so much. Its hard changing accommodation with the packing and ...
Where to even begin with this blog…. To say the least, Goa was life changing. Robyn here again, to fill you in on our phenomenal trip to Goa and the 36 hour train ride from there back to Delhi.
Goa was the first time on this trip since we left in December that we were in one place longer than 3 days. We stayed in Goa for 9 days and didn't even want to leave then. I’d be happy moving here and living on the beach and ...
... more! That night we had dinner at a roadside cafe, really authentic and delicious food - we had onion pakora, pea and cashew curry and dal maharaja with naan straight from the tandoor. We have been here about 10 days and haven't had a bad meal yet, and its so cheap - it usually works out at about £3 per head for a meal and drinks, including the tip. Friday was the big market at Mapusa and our first taste of the local bus - which was a hot, busy and noisy ...
The sign in the waiting room read, 'Don't Dirty The Walls'. The walls were once white and the sign was new, but these walls hadn't been painted or cleaned in 30 years. Suddenly the voice of Dolly Parton came blasting through from the inner-office and the door was flung open.
My first clue should have been the man's name, not the wall sign. He looked like Jerry Lewis' Nutty Professor and talked like Basil Rathbone's Sherlock Holmes. His name was Dr Elvis.