Divine Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... get bits of food, ash, dirt, sand and some very dubious stains out of everything. We opened the door, sprayed everywhere and still couldn't get out the smell of smoke. Luckily we had a washing machine so after first washing all the bedding, I took the entire contents of my backpack out to wash. There are minimal laundrettes here so I've been doing everything by hand (not very well) so it was great to have properly clean clothes to wear again. We sunbathed by the pool and had a swim ...
... with them. Especially Hannah, who likes to flirt, made friends with the waiters. Although table manners are completely out of the window the fact that we would sit on the floor made it easier for us to take the kids out for 3 meals a day. As we are finding out how to do this “travelling with kids” business choosing restaurants seem to becoming a skill that we are acquiring. A relaxed atmosphere and room to move around is essential.
A few things not ...
... earthy maroon stonework. What struck me about the Reis Magos fort I visited today was the story of how until very recently, the structure was a near derelict site and as of Summer 2012, the 500 year old site had been lovingly restored. Even the wooden structures supporting the canons had been constructed from salvaged wood found on the site. A success story in this part of the world, which is evident when you pass countless old Portuguese houses and buildings, which ...
... trees and little huts lining the beach. It's the end of the season so lots of places were already shut, shops closed down and huts being disassembled on the beach to be packed away before the monsoon. It meant everywhere was quiet so we practically had the beach to ourselves.
Then we wandered to Patnem, the next beach along from Palolem, separated by a small and very pretty bay. Patnem ...
... The Hobbit. This place is so cool it deserves a separate blog post. Later in the evening we headed to a beautiful Greek restaurant with a fantastic buzz, stunning ambience and draped fabrics over beautiful structures, wonderful food and a dancer who twirled a fire hoop whilst doing her routine. Another magical evening. When you are in Goa it's hard to believe sometimes you are in ...