Sterling Goa India Days Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
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Anschließend erwische ich gleich den Anschlussbus nach Panjim. Nachdem ich den Kontrolleur nach dem Bus gefragt habe, meint dieser nur: 'Come, come'. Er ist so nett, dass er mit mir durch die ganze Busstation läuft und mir den richtigen Bus zeigt.
Said goodbye once again to the Clarksons, looking forward to hopefully catching up with them in the UK and seeing lots of pics of the mini-one when he/she arrives J
An uneventful flight from Singapore to Mumbai, then a quick 2 hour turnaround saw us take a 20 minute bus to the domestic terminal which took us past a lot of slums which were virtually overhanging the airport grounds. We've seen a fair amount of poverty during ...
... in Goa and then I made us walk to our hotel which was incredible expensive due to the festival but had been booked in advance. considering what we were paying I was disappointed by the hotel. Firstly the restaurant had **** furniture and looked like a building site. Our room was quite nice and we had a fridge which made a change. Also the beach was close by so that was good but the festival was still a 30min tuk tuk away so that bummed. Really it was all ok but for the price we paid ...
... which means that prices are low, which suits our pockets very well indeed! Palolem is always changing and evolving with each season, and some of the bars and restaurants have added some lovely touches plus the food and ambience has been stepped up a notch, its far away from the basic hippy hang out that it used to be (I came here with Helen in 2003 I think and it was really basic and lovely and chilled) but that said some of the improvements here are very welcome, and some well, just ...
... of rounds of “No Thank you” to which he replied “but you can trust me”. When we arrived at the hotel the tuc-tuc driver seemed to suffer from amnesia and claimed that the fare was 40 rupees double his initial 20 rupees quote – so much for trusting these guys. Just give us the right price upfront. We relaxed the rest of the day and booked a legitimate driver in an AC car to take us to Hampi. John even enjoyed a beer in the hotel bar watching ...