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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    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 ...

    4. I Like Western Clothes

    A travel blog entry by adventurlandia on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... me feel like “me.” I’ve always known that I’m a sucker for fashion. I love colors and patterns and beautiful fabrics. I’m a designer by natural inclination, which makes me a little more visually attached to my things, my surroundings and my environment. To let go of this has been hard and not something I’ve achieved. In my dreams and fantasies, I’m in a tank top and skirt, letting my skin feel the breeze and my white skin turn a summer golden and I am free.

    Goin' to Goa

    A travel blog entry by intrepidus on Feb 02, 2014

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    ... door leading onto the corridor with its luxurious choice of European or squat toilets. The compartment was clean and ample and we snaffled the lower bunks/seats, stored away our bottles of water and settled in for the 12 hour trip.

    A trip by train in India is a must. The railways here are iconic and the lifeblood of the continent. It directly employs nearly 2 million workers and provides work for ...

    Wow! another side of india!

    A travel blog entry by cliona on Jan 21, 2014

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    ... saw ships on the horizon. We had come all the way around the huge harbour and could see landmarks we had already visited within a day!! It was around 30 degrees and the sun hadn't even come out from behind the clouds yet!!
    We had lunch at meninos which means 'baby' in concany. Bellies full with masala,soup, naan, noodles and black forest cornettos we moved onto our next destination! Oh but an Indian lady stopped cliona first for a photo "you are ...

    First World Problems

    A travel blog entry by lou_shaff on Dec 23, 2013

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    ... have taken our naughty step
    with us much to the amusement of locals and Hannah who just sits next to her
    and giggles while Alia sulks.

    Then there is the food. The food is amazing here! But if we
    continue eating the way we are, we will be a good few stones heavier by the
    time we come back. We tried cooking a few times at the flat as we know that we
    will soon get fed up eating out, but given that we can all have delicious fish