Goa - Villagio, A Sterling Holidays Resort

Thondwaddo, Betalbatim, Goa, 403713, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Thondwaddo, Betalbatim, is near Fort Aguada Lighthouse and Ancestral Goa.
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    Travel Blogs from Betalbatim

    Yoga, chanting and snow storms

    A travel blog entry by johneklund on Mar 15, 2014

    26 photos

    ... 10 rupees (about 15 cents). On the way back, several 'young entrepreneurs’ had set up even more roadblocks to extract money from the drivers. On Thursday I walked down the beach to Arambol. Arambol is supposedly the center of hippydom, full of hippies and more markets. The walk along the beach was an opportunity for people watching as yogees practiced their headstands and other moves (John adds – good sling shot targets for Shannon), fisherman went through nets ...


    A travel blog entry by edinburghb on Jan 27, 2014

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    ... at selling tat and spiritual services. I know it sounds cynical but the 'OMG India is soo spiritual, I have found myself' **** really rubs me the wrong way. If it makes those people happy, great but I find it fairly cringeworthy seeing girls called 'Magenta' (no word of a lie) wearing a bindi. My favourite food so far; Momos, which ironically are a Tibetan style of dumplings. So good. Although butter chicken is coming a close second. Our diet has been fairly western so far as once ...

    How NOT to 'Man Up'..

    A travel blog entry by lou_shaff on Dec 05, 2013

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... may not be enough to go around. So to preserve its rare commodity they have imposed a ‘Sand Ban’ which has now resulted in an illicit trade in sand mining and transportation. The paper says that “Miscreants” are digging up the sand in the night and sending on to underworld sand bosses who are then ‘illegally extending beaches elsewhere’.

    “Disguised as a Sikh, Minister Son, accused of rape, held after 2 months ...

    Such a long day

    A travel blog entry by lloydalice on Feb 06, 2013

    1 comment

    ... to go find somewhere more comfy to sit and get some breakfast. As Hospet didn’t have much going for we went to a restaurant which was by the hotel we had stayed in the previous night. After looking on the menu and realising it was all Indian food which is not appealing for 8.30 in the morning we ordered orange juice and ice cream. Not a conventional breakfast but it felt like the middle of the day as we had already been up ...

    Road trip to Palolim

    A travel blog entry by vagabondtour on Jan 28, 2013

    28 photos

    ... then took a slow drive back home. On the way back followed an rough dirt road to Cola Beach which was very secluded and also had a crystal clear fresh water lagoon.Heinz on his AT 750cc joined us from here and with a few more stops at little beaches and a awesome Masala bawa from a roadside shop we eventually arrived back in Benaulim in time for sundowners at Hawaii. Undoubtedly a great day out with some good ...