Hotel Riversal by the Sea

Address: Post Zuem, Betul, Salcette, Goa, 403603, India | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on Post Zuem, Betul, Salcette.
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      Ponda, Goa.

      A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Dec 01, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... things and move bricks And what not for about 200 rupees a day if he's lucky! Indians are so fascinated by Europeans people because the lighter the skin the more rich and famous you are seen because when they watch hollywood films they see them on there and Bollywood films only have pale coloured actors, and the Bollywood agency is taking in billions per year because it has more ambassadors now than ever before plowing money into it. So Scott has decided he's going to get rid ...

      Goa, day 47- 55

      A travel blog entry by sn_travels_2014 on Nov 15, 2014

      19 photos

      ... 4/5 the next day! Needless to say the next day was a very non eventful one which consisted mostly  sleeping and eating! On our last day Lou and I went I the market, Si headed to the bar and we all caught up later for a couple of drinks, sat and watched an amazing sunset and went for our last curry in India!! We flew with Qatar who were really good and we flew on one of their fancy new planes- really cool! We even managed to get a row of three ...

      India complete

      A travel blog entry by clbrad on Aug 30, 2014

      ... have whetted my appetite for more travelling in this huge, varied country. I will miss the food, being respectfully referred to as ma'am by adults or 'aunty' by children, the uninterpretable head wobble, the colours, the characters and the chaos. Everything is possible in India but nothing is predictable. TII and I have loved ...

      First Peninsula

      A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on May 03, 2014

      7 photos

      Author: Steven

      The day only really begun a couple of hours before dusk. Lauren came in from her day lying in the sun to find me lying in the shade.

      We grabbed some supplies and went for a walk along the beach, towards the southern end. The beach alternated between clumps of foreign and domestic tourists. Groups of Indian men in boxer briefs would be ...

      Incredible India

      A travel blog entry by shonamary on Jan 13, 2014

      ... buses!!!

      * so after 2 weeks of being in cold, hot, dusty, dirty, intense inland India we arrived into goa yesterday evening. And it feels like heaven... Although touristy it is nice to have some creature comforts and be in our bikinis and sarongs and have a gin and tonic!!

      * as we continue to hear India is a country of contrasts and I couldn't agree more! From the most generous, welcoming, friendliest people I have ever come across to the rudest, most sexist men. ...