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Travel Blogs from Colva
... and coming back with a man steering and dangling from the cords.
The sunset was a beauty, a huge bulbous ball of sunnyness! The minute the sun popped under the horizon the lifeguards started tooting like crazy on their whistles, ushering everyone out of the water. It was ridiculous, it was still bright and the people were having such a jolly time. They all got out though and didn't even complain.
On our way back to the hotel we bought some tonic (to ...
... come HERE, instead of somewhere like Thailand or Malaysia, or anywhere with a beach worthy of attention.
Sitting in the lobby, cooled to a Russian standard of seventeen degrees (WHAT?? SO COLD), I was less than satisfied with Goa, except for my bed of course. An indomitable urge to make a drastic change in my plans came about, and I knew I was ready to book a flight. I did not want to dive into another city endowed with poverty and garbage; I wanted some ...
... things, love or the perfect job. I have felt unhappy and restless many times in my life. I was a chronic worrier, sure that some catastrophe was waiting around the corner. Yoga has helped that tremendously and I am grateful for that. Coming here, I was looking for something. Exhausted after 2 years of getting a yoga studio off the ground with long hours, many sleepless nights and a will to keep ...
... br> Steve returned an hour later - he had found an absolute gem called Ferns by Kate's! A little sanctuary for two days. It was pretty pricy (£25 a night) but we deserved a treat after slumming it in Mysore and then on the bus from hell.
Sunday 29th September
Awaking in our sumptuous surroundings felt like we were on 'holiday'. Which sounds completely ridiculous for those reading - but travelling is a constant 24/7 job. Forever researching where to travel next and work ...
... trying to sell us rickshaw rides. We evententually got to the temple. It's was ok, we climbed the tower to see the sites of Delhi. It was quite misty. We could see the red fort, which definitely looks better from the outside from a distance. Also one thing that stuck out was a car scrap yard, on top of a three story building! We then headed to concaught place to eat a macdonalds and the headed back to the ...
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Sernabatim Beach Road, Colva | 3 star hotelfrom $36
4th Ward, Colva | 2 star hotelfrom $11
Colva Beach, Colva | 2 star hotelfrom $34
4th Ward, Colva | Hotelfrom $29
4th Ward, Near Football Groun, Colva | Hotelfrom $23
4th Ward, Colva Beach, Colva | 2 star hotelfrom $34
3rd Ward Beach Road, Colva | Hotelfrom $19
Colva, Colva | Hotelfrom $13
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