Empire Beach Resort Hotel
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... in the local market areas) and perhaps lounging around the pool. We are due to head to the airport just after lunchtime and then journey to Bangalore (Bengaluru). Thus leaving the state of Goa and into Karnataka. A flight of approximately 1 hour. Whilst mentioning flights, we have 4 internal flights overall: flying in India is very cheap. Each of our flights costing about $AUD65. The capacity and style of each of the aircraft is not dis-similar to that we experience in ...
... is another Australian in that group. He is 21 and lives in Canberra, and like everyone else on the trip couldn't believe that we were only 17. We then visited Old Goa, which was a half demolished building with the remains of some beautiful architecture and an accompanying museum. We returned to our accommodation for lunch where we had a beautiful curry and rice, the cook is a traditional Indian woman who is gorgeous, and loves to hear ...
... told us all sorts of practical stuff about Goa and life here in general which really put things into perspective for us since that's partially the route we are taking. He is pretty sure we can sell Vic's art he evenhelped come up with the prices and where to sell them. He also told me not to worry about tattooing cause that is bound to happen too and the more I'm here the more I can tell that all of ...
... 3 pound 50 for my seat!
We arrived in Goa at 5.30am and got on a bus to Colva beach. We walked along the beach for about an hour with our huge rucksacks to Benaulim where we have booked 2 nights in to a gorgeous wicker beach hut right on the sea front. Feels like we are on holiday. We cant believe how different Goa is compared to the India we have seen already. Our plan for tomorrow.. sunbathe all day ...
We took an overnight bus from Hampi to Mapusa which took about 12 hours... we missed out on sleeper berths hence had to get some sleep on reclining seats... it was not that bad. Once we got off the bus in Mapusa, we started chatting to Annisa and Stefan who were also on our bus and heading to Anjuna. To cut the long story short, we ended up staying at the same guest house as them.
Anjuna wasn't as pretty as Palolem (in our view) but we ...