Ginger Goa

Address: Plot No. 37, 38, Panaji, Goa, \N, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Plot No. 37, 38, Panaji, is near Old Goa, Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre, and St. Cajetan's Church.
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      Reunited at last!

      A travel blog entry by jessicaalice on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... as we stay up later than that anyway?! But no, India seems to go to bed at 10pm! Off at the Margon station in Goa and a taxi ride to a lovely guest house we'd pre booked. They knew we were coming in late so she have us a number, the taxi man called to say we were close. It was so relieving to lie horozontal after what had been more than 13 hours of traveling! The next morning Fi had gotten up and went to scope out the place we'd be staying in ...

      Family visits and 2 Christmas's

      A travel blog entry by emandtim on Jan 08, 2014

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      ... voice that she for sure would not let anyone else take us, closed the car door and off we went:)
      We ended up staying with Susie and Matthew for a few days in their house that was built by Matthews father. It's in kind of a forest area and surrounded by coconut, papaya and Jack fruit trees. Susie and Matthew, who are both very knowledgeable in the local vegetation around and how it can be used for different medical purposes, showed us around and pointed out black pepper, ...

      Portugese interlude

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Dec 07, 2013

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      ... architecture. We come across a spectacular white building perched high above the town square. This is the 'Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception' which dates back to 1541. We climb the steps in the soaring heat and enter into its sanctuary which is cool and quiet. This church used to be the first port of call for sailors from Lisbon who clambered the steep stairs to give thanks for a safe crossing before they continued their journey on to ...

      The part of the trip I was looking forward to

      A travel blog entry by acres_wild on Mar 26, 2013

      ... and then spread out in the different shops again, only to realise there's nothing to buy. After an one hour flight with half the passengers our group we landed in hot and humid Goa and got on our organised bus which took another hour to bring us to the place Narmada had booked - a small complex of a couple of houses/bungalows, all for us. The staff was very friendly and welcoming and they had already prepared lunch which was great, as we were all starving. We ...

      Pulsing Panaji

      A travel blog entry by ldillard on Jan 11, 2013

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      ... influence in Goa, but really not that great); fresh chopped salad; jeera rice (rice with cumin seeds); xec xec crab (crab cooked in a spicy sauce, good but tough to eat and not much meat to be had); fejioada (Portuguese sausage, beans and pork stew, had a bit of a smoky flavor to it). Stuffed to the gills we went back to the hotel for a nap while mom set out on her own with a book.

      We walked down to the Kala Academy in the evening to see what ...