Hotel Dona Terezinha
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... arrived with what it seemed to be the injured guy´s family. It was 5 people, 4 girls and 1 guy that came out of the car. Two of the girls were screaming his name and completely freaked out. I completely understood their desperation and then one of the girls turned to me: “Please, help him!” but I didn’t know how, so in shame I had to reply to her “I don’t know how”.
It was definitely one of the worst feelings that I had ever had. I felt ...
... not a tourist and get out and enjoy!
The beach is one of the highlights of this area as are the streets lined with shops and stalls selling anything you can imagine. We took a stroll down to the beach and enjoyed the scenes and the sunset. At sunset it is always time for a sun-downer, and so we went in search. Most of the places had tables and chairs on the beach, but we were hoping to find one that had a bit more terra firma under it. Success was ours, ...
Goa was scorching hot when I arrived and I was glad to get a cab quickly to get out of the heat. It's the smallest state in India but still needed a fairly long drive from the airport to Anjuna village. With all the best intentions in the world I intended to check out the party area of Anjuna for 2 days then head south to the more chilled and cultural areas for the rest of the week. The reality is I stayed at the fantastic Prison Hostel where I met and partied with so many new fun ...
... area in the front off all busses reserved for women and to come back to Goa - free drinks on ladies night - sure made it more than worth it being a woman travelling this massive country.
As for my travels, from the paradise that I found in Varkala, I travelled to the Indian backwaters. Good company, a houseboat, palm trees everywhere and a beautiful sunset was what set the atmosphere for our tour over the backwaters. We stayed on the boat for 24 hours and were ...
... and 2 people from Leeds (your typical English people – loud and lairy) and we soon all hatched a plan to meet at 9 for some drinking and head down the beach for some trance (what Northern Goa is typically known for).
After finally using some wifi we went on a walk down the beach which was a bit grotty tbh – oily and dark sand, the sea not looking that appetising and it was pretty empty apart from 2 girls braving it in bikinis trying to get a tan. I ...