Hotel La Paz Gardens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Arriving in Goa was a massive contrast from the other parts of India we've seen. A Mediterranean atmosphere was conflicting the india we had become used to. The driving was calm, litter reduced and a more it had a more European feel. Our first night we stayed in Panjim, the capital. The town had a strong Portuguese influence in its architecture and people. We visited a big temple on the hill and strolled round the markets. Our hostel was ...
... attempts to run his business legitimately, with the proper license, so that he would not be vulnerable to corrupt officials. It was a long story, involving 47 trips to the tourist office and basically stalking the deputy of tourism for Goa. He is proudly the only European in all of Goa to have a legitimate small business on the beach, which means he is also the only one not paying bribes. Strangely enough, this year his license fees doubled without warning.
... other people and guess what they didn't know either!!! That was one of the funniest moments iv had since being away. Me and jack stayed there until about 1 am when we finally got asked to leave as the waiters wanted to sleep and we were in their spot I think. We sat on the beach for a while with about 4 of the most well natured dogs iv ever come across. There energy is amazing there playful but also I think they love human company and just are so happy and content sat next ...
... b)this many drunk people and c)the way the English dance. Kam and I were sat a couple of metres in front of him, chuckling away at his amazement. On Christmas day we woke at 7am and took our Christmas 'stocking' (Kams underwear bag) down to the beach where we exchanged presents. We put on our new dresses and sat on the empty, peaceful beach. The dogs roamed around the burnt out fireworks unaware of the occasion. We sat down and were soon joined by 6 beach dogs trying to sit on ...
Yet another overnight bus and we arrived to Madagon. Then we hopped on a smaller local bus to Palolem in southern Goa - our beach of choice, through recommendation (we've been told it's blissfully quiet and hasn't yet been invaded by the Russian mafia, like other parts of the province). We've bumped into a lovely Austrian couple that we met in Aurangabad briefly. Despite having left at different times and gone different ways, we ...