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Umta Vaddo, Beach Street, Calangute-Baga Road, Calangute, Goa, 403516, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Umta Vaddo, Beach Street, Calangute-Baga Road, Calangute, is near Baga Beach, Anjuna Market, Calangute Beach, and Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Calangute

Found Mr Crab!

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Oct 31, 2013

66 photos

... the room, but has a wetroom in the bathroom. Also the first place we've dared not to use the mozzie net. We feel clean and relaxed here!

Our first night, we ate at the hotel restaurant, which was lovely (Mr H finally had a curry again - Aloo Gobi - hurrah!)

The next day, we took a bus to Panjim in North Goa, which took about 40 mins. Mr H had discovered yesterday that his watch had stopped, so we ventured into the Bus Station, to find a repair shop. Luckily, ...

A bit more like Goa!

A travel blog entry by izzy.and.nat on Feb 13, 2013

4 comments, 3 photos

... The first proper cup of tea we'd had since leaving the UK much to Izzy's delight. The nearsest taxi wanted too much to take us to Anjuna so we walked away and instead got in our first tuk tuk. Nat had never been in one before and really enjoyed the experience. The comfort of a bench seat but with a moped set up up front and the wind in your hair. It was great and nice and cheap. We asked to go to exactly where the one day festival was and as soon as we got out of the ...

Russia's Malia

A travel blog entry by gemmafoxall on Jan 30, 2013

... t apply to Indian men as I ended up sat next to one. For nearly two hours I was squashed on the small seat by this man as well as being thrusted in the face by other dirty men who were stood up holding the railings. The man I was sat next to was also sweating profusely and kept wiping his forehead and either wiping his sweat on OUR seat or flicking it off. So I was dodging his sweat as well as other men's groins and on top of all that I was ...

A day our in Arambol

A travel blog entry by wotters on Sep 18, 2012

16 photos

... looking dark brown dog came limping over to us on three legs holding his front paw in the air. I joked that it was probably a ruse the dogs had thought up to get food off tourists. We ignored him and lo and behold about a minute later the same dog was running full pelt on FOUR legs playing with the others!! Cheeky bugger!

We had one dog in particular that latched onto us and walked with us across the beach, getting himself in the way of every photo we ...

A week turns into a month!

A travel blog entry by lisa_andy on Dec 22, 2011

7 comments, 11 photos

... only pay about 1.50 for a pair and have a supply of superglue!

Getting a lot more comfortable in bartering when buying goods, it has taken a bit of practice but I think we are getting the hang of it. You have to be prepared to be there for a while to get things at a good price and it can be done. There is this strange sort of energy both seller and buyer get into and in the end it's quite a buzz, almost like gambling. We have fast learned that most Indian people we've ...