Holiday Inn Resort Goa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Resort Goa Cavelossim
Great property, expanse of greens complementing the vast blue expanse of the sea. Located right into the heart of south goa (approximately 16 kms from Madgao) reveals contemporary Goan architecture on the mesmeric drive to the resort.
Once inside the resort its Holiday Inn hospitality all the way !!
Kudos to the courteousstaff from check in to check out a pleasure all the way :)
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... with some of our family members back in Australia.
Over time here we have met a few English people ......many of whom visit this part of India 2-3 times a year. While I see this location as being a good tourist venue, to my way of thinking, it's a "one off". I can see merit for those who just wish to sit down and do nothing. Sitting on the beach is fraught with ...
... to the beach so was happy to stick around the house. We hadn't had a great deal of time for blogging, so I decided to try to catch up a bit. Finally getting to grips with the software on all the devices, I caused quite a bit of mirth during the day because the wifi, borrowed from a bungalow on the other side of the garden, was not only painfully slow but very weak on our veranda and so I was constantly crossing the garden with one device or another in order ...
... the mummified remains of St. Francis Xavier, the head of whom you are able to see in a glass 'coffin' high up on an altar. If I remember correctly, Xaviour was the founder of the Jesuit order in Rome and was also an intrepid missionary? I have not checked my facts (poor wifi) but I think he even got as far as Japan. Anyway in 1541 he embarked on a mission to 'improve' the hedonistic lifestyles of Goa's Portuguese colonials and apparently died here. There were ...
... to watch the NBA Playoffs and the NFL Draft. I would come to the restaurant and some of their employees would be sleeping on the sun chairs while I started watching sports.
We enjoyed many a banana lassi and various Indian dishes here, had many a sun-nap and did much reading here. I was switching between Ghandi’s autobiography (again for the India culture context), and re-reading ...
... white sand beach, this time littered with traditional Indian fishing boats (the ones with an outrigger on one side), many of which had been equipped with outboard motors for the tourists. Sadly, we didn't have time to do the 1400 rupee ((£15) "sole charter" around the bay as it looked brilliant. I promised Sanjeev that when we go back, I WILL seek him out and give him my business - though I have no doubt that in practice, he'll see me as soon as I enter ...