Sterling Goa India Days Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... freaky on the highway on a little scooter as there were lanes which people blatantly ignored. On main roads cars would overtake on the opposite side of the road and although they were in the wrong lane, approaching oncoming traffic, they would expect bikes to get out their way as they were smaller than them. Also when driving Willem, used to the right side of the road would sometimes be on the wrong side or look the wrong way at roundabouts. I was relieved when we got back in one ...
... the counter. Nope...no charcoal..! Walking back to the hut in a bit of a shock to what just happened. I mean...I am not a vegetarian and I know how they have to kill the animals in order for me to eat them but seeing it getting killed like that is just not nice! Poor chicken! Other than that is a very nice beach and I don't mind sharing it with cows and dogs as it all a part of life in India. Beach bumming life in Goa ...
... the airport we were expecting to see a placard with our names on it and then start heading towards Palolem in Goa. What we expected didn't happen, we wasted 20 minutes or more waiting for our car when we could have just got a pre-paid cab from the airport, when he did turn up he told us that he had dropped someone off and that's why he was late. Another reason why he could have been late was the lack of use of the accelerator when driving, he drove like a granny ...
... ordered some food and wonders why they called him to say it was ready instead of delivering it to the pool area like mine...they didn't realise Ian was my waiter :-)
It's 3.45pm and our taxi has arrived. A nice large people carrier so lots of room for our luggage. We are taken to Madgaon Station up and down snaking roads amongst lush palms and paddy fields. We hit a traffic jam which suddenly clears after we pass an event taking place outside a mosque. There ...
Seeing as this evening, Panjim is having one of its rare power cuts, I thought in the killing light I 'd make another post. I woke up early once again to a bang. The paper wahler had thrown our daily newspaper with apparent pin point accuracy; he had hit the door to the balcony. I thought I'd make the most of this early morning call and do some exercise on my newly bought exercise mat from the market- not bad for ...