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Travel Blogs from Bardez
... airport, there was a
number of rather unimpressed passengers loitering about. After making a bit of
a fuss, I managed to get an hour’s ‘sleep’ slumped on a metal chair.
Compensation arrived in the form of a card board box with a mini e-number
orange juice carton and a polystyrene ‘cheese’ sandwich.
Having had enough of the terminal building where
there was no food or drink available whatsoever, I decided to leave. This was
... to head to the deserted Turtle Beach, select our food before it sells out, and head to the waves for fun and frolics till we were ready to eat. When the time came we sat down to lobster, prawns, mullet, oysters and crab. Believe me when I tell you that it was amazing. We were also treated to homemade crisps fresh and hot from the fryer served with sweet chilli dipping sauce which took us by surprise. No wonder the sign outside ...
... of men were starting to close in and after kirsty had been thrusted from behind a few to many times with the odd hand brush up the leg we decided to head away from the main stage. We found a rodeo bull and I have always wanted to do that so that was a good laugh and there was a dance for beer place. Kirsty danced, they loved it, they filmed it and we got beer it was awesome. By that point we had picked up a stray male follower who luckily had to go but was desperate to meet us ...
... pack of stray dogs that seemed pretty annoyed that I'd woken them up. Luckily my friend Lisa the Farmer heard my ninja like moves and woke up to give me the key to my room. So far Goa wasn't as relaxing as I thought it would be.
Anyone willing to buy me a beer can hear the story of the silent disco and why I've got a taped up big toe, but for now I'm sat in the dark in the middle of a power cut in a cafe in Palolem beach with a beer toasting the strangers who've helped me this week. ...
... We organised another taxi the following day to drive us the 2 1/2 drive north to the hippy beach town of Arambol. I utilised happy hour to the fullest ordering a large mojito jug whilst Kate went for a run, needless to say who worked harder. The problem with this place is I really don't want to do anything, don't want to take photos, don't want to organise a thing and even writing this blog is a struggle. I guess that's a good sign you're enjoying a place ...
Other places to stay in Bardez
40/7 Saunta Vaddo, Bardez | 3 star hotelfrom $77
Taliwado, Chiklim, Bardez | 4 star hotelfrom $76
Nr Taste of China, Opp Village Panchayat, Bardez | 2 star hotelfrom $20
181/1, Bella-Vista, Bardez | Hotelfrom $18
Vagatur Beach, Bardez | Hotelfrom $594
Main Vagator Beach Road, Deulvado, Bardez | Hotelfrom $25
No - 18/1, Nagoa Arpora, Bardez | Hotelfrom $40
Opp Bank of India, Bardez | 4 star hotelfrom $73
Plot no 28, Dr Constancio Mascarenhas River View, Bardez | Hotelfrom $35
Plot No 372/1-A,Village Anujuna, Bardez | Hotelfrom $601