Hotel Aroma Executive
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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... were among the grottiest we've seen anywhere and seemed a rip off even at under a fiver a night, such is the choice of accommodation available at all budgets!
After a wander around, a Kingfisher in a very local bar and a nice meal in a restaurant overlooking the central square of the town we planned our movements and onward transport and bedded down.
A short local bus ride later and we were in Anjuna where a wealth of accommodation was again on offer and all had ...
... hair style....I don't think we will be blending into the crowd. As we approached the church we saw a family getting their photo taken...with Jed! Over dinner, of course a yummy curry we decide that we'd head up to the beaches of Goa...there was nothing happening in the town and it would all be closed for the weekend, where as according to Lonely Planet Anjuna is THE place for Indian tourism and Russian?! So we left hoping that there would be more ...
I travelled to Nepal two days ago to renew my Indian visa, struck by the serenity and slow pace of the people after a few months in India made me feel like I'm on a holiday all over again :) From talking to the sweet local rickshaw driver from the airport, finally kicking back after an ordeal getting here, a long sleepless night in Delhi airport the night before made me alian to the fact that i was even in another country as i sat in the back of the rickshaw driving me to ...
... in the Basilica of Bom Jesus, famous for housing the embalmed remains of Goa's patron saint, St Francis Xavier, which are paraded through the streets once every ten years in a crystal coffin. Back on the bus, to discover that Goan bus drivers really are quite mad - this one appears to be trying to beat his personal best time back to the depot. Overtaking wherever possible, horn on automatic, the driver is following the 'good horn, good brakes, good luck' motto to the ...
... by a man selling drums for ages, banging them in his ear! Luke finally replied with "do I look like I want to buy a bloody drum?!". It was a hot and sweaty walk around the market but was worth a visit and we brought a few things. Oh and Luke nearly got his ear pierced again! We relaxed on the beach for a couple of hours and had a few beers in a cool bar on the beach that night. At last we had found some good house ...