Dona Alcina Resort & Zo Rooms
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... It’s a peacefully journey before I am dropped near enough
the main street. I hunt high and low for baggies but to no avail but it’s not a
complete fail as I do find some other interesting odds and ends before I try
allow myself time to walk back the couple kilometres to Donna. I again have a
man on a motorbike pull over to offer me a ride but this time the outcome is
slightly different as at first he asks me to pay but on refusal decides ...
... walk along the jetty to be greeted by a gaggle of taxi drivers all looking to whisk you away on a tour. Still poorly Martin declares he is going nowhere and we head past the crowds for a walk. Then something, or rather someone unexpected happened. As we were walking along a young man came running after us at full throttle, he was looking for someone to share a taxi with another couple and he was rather hoping it would be us. Martin held out for about ...
Had a nice quiet day at Doms beach shack , , quite a cloudy day. Walked up to middle of Candolim for dinner & we both had tuna fillets with garlic butter. Quite huge ones & only 280 rupees each (£2.89) compared to 1500 rupees for the whole tuna the Other day. Jason just had to order s chilli nan when he saw it ...
... out to sea, sunbeds and a small private area of beach that leads on to its own restaurant that looks out on the beach and over the sea. And only £6 a night! (Until Christmas week when prices triple). Very chilled out and relaxing which is what Arambol is all about really, a chilled out place that first become famous on the hippy trail in the 70s. Loads of restaurants and chill out ...
This morning 4 of us decided to have a look around old Goa in a taxi, first we drove along, looking at all the old buildings, then we went to the magnificent Basilica of Bom Jesus, a huge place, with rather graphic depictions of Jesus on the cross. Complete with the mausoleum, on the top of which is placed the silver casket with the body of St. Francis Xavier who traveled from Spain to Goa in 1542. Next church near by was St Francis of Assisi, again ...