Divine Guest House
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
Photos of Divine Guest House
TripAdvisor Reviews Divine Guest House Calangute
Travel Blogs from Calangute
... about what I should eat for lunch. AND no wifi. We will not be going there again. When we returned to the pharmacy, Raj had a great idea of having the pharmacists interview about the field of pharmacy in the United States. This was very interesting. They asked about community pharmacy and pharmacy school. I showed them pictures of what chain pharmacies look like in the United States; they ...
... living on the street or in a tin shack as millions do here. So really, nothing to complain about. Bolstered by my daily conversations with laird and getting emails from people. Meeting some amazing people. Having the opportunity to learn from some great teachers. It has been a peak experience and I am ready to begin the transition to go home. Thanks to all of you who are reading my blog and sending me messages. Much love to you all. ...
... people. Not too much to ask?! Plus to be quite honest neither of us had been enjoying ourselves on the whole and we wanted to find somewhere that we would begin to like India. We got talking to an English couple in our 'regular' one evening who recommended us to go to Palolem - and they also advised us to spend a day or two in Patnem. Palolem is in south Goa and was supposed to be a hippy-ish, relaxing area with white sand beaches. The public ...
... We arranged to meet them in a nice Italian near our huts. We had a really nice meal and then ended up on a beach hut crawl. It was a good night, lots of drinks, fireworks, and Indian boy touching Jodie's ass who nearly had his head ripped of by her! Before we knew it it was 4am and home ...
... of Goa in the '60s and '70s, and which appears to still be the center of the international party scene. There are numerous beach bars/clubs, and one or two have a big "party" each night with supposedly well-known DJs advertised by those ubiquitous handouts that are too glossy to double as toilet paper in time of need. Every single one of them played trance, and (according to those I talked to) not even good trance, which is of course an oxymoron. ...