Hotel La Paz Gardens
- 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.
... too and who gains and who falls behind. The Industrial Revolution no doubt had the same impact upon Britain’s social classes too.
“Security in Elevators.” Finally an opinion piece looking at the growing issue of Sexual Harassment in crowded lifts after a young journalist was assaulted. It’s great that issues such as these are now being raised often in the Indian press after the world wide headlines and public outrage of the ...
... procedure to send a small parcel home.... Not in india! We had to get two passport copies and have the parcels sewn into cotton fabric god knows why! All within about 40 mins. Luckily everything was close by so we first got the cotton bags for the parcels and then the photo copies. We luckily had time to enjoy a quick juice and snacks at a local cafe. We returned with all the necessary requirements to the post office. But then ...
... 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 ...