Hotel Dona Terezinha

Gaura Vaddo, Calangute, Goa, 403516, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Gaura Vaddo, Calangute, is near Baga Beach, Anjuna Market, Calangute Beach, and Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Calangute

    Gorgeous Goa

    A travel blog entry by ktthomas on Jan 20, 2014

    116 photos

    ... 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 and Hampi

    A travel blog entry by amijayne on Dec 07, 2013

    3 photos

    ... lovely to relax and unwind for a few days and the beaches are beautiful. We saw many more travellers in Goa to, mostly old hippies that seemed to be stuck in a time warp. We made our way to North Goa, Anjuna as we heard it was popular with tourists, boasts a good night life, plus we were meeting our friends Bridget and Luke. Anjuna was similar to Benaulim with shops that sell the same things as each other, palm trees and beaches. The main ...

    Beaches and Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by izzy.and.nat on Feb 19, 2013

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... pleasantly quiet. The trains themselves are huge, outside and in. They feel even more huge as the platform is at ground level so it's quite a long way up to get on them. There isn't any form of glass in the windows, just bars. As you'd expect, no safety features, only one of the (quite small) windows with no bars for an emergency exit. An above average sized adult would struggle to get out. The doors are pretty much always open and you can hang out of them all you like. If ...

    Getting into Indian cinema

    A travel blog entry by wotters on Sep 16, 2012

    Those that read Cats blog too (www.travelpod.com/members/cats-adventu res) will already know this but since I'm a bit hit and miss on the blogging I realised I'd not mentioned the films we've seen. When we left Pushkar we headed back to Jaipur to get a train to Jaisalmer. To kill time before our late train we went to (according to reviews) one of the most opulently decorated cinemas in Rajasthan. It's called the Raj Mandir. It's pink ...

    Shanti Shanti Baba

    A travel blog entry by mikaelainasia on Jan 08, 2012

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... a famous Polish singer on the street! Guess it was just their day.

  • Shivaji Park: This open green space is surrounded by beautiful old churches and the University of Mumbai, and filled with all white-clad cricketers. We all felt like we were in tropical London.
  • Keneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue: The first temple I've visited in months! Painted a strange baby blue, it was fairly run down but still in use. There were even pictures of a ...