Vivanta by Taj - Panaji
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Panaji
... much into my facehole as my digestive system could handle or I would have had to be transported back to Panjim on the back of a flatbed.
There are bars and live music and DJs playing trance for people to dance to. Or shuffle from foot to foot too with their heads down and their arms in the air under a sign saying that the night market was a drug free zone. Uh huh. Surrrre it is. It's an awesome night though. We didn't buy ...
... who's name we will ask how to spell tomorrow. she worked in the hospital around the corner but now cares for the brothers here at the school. We are staying in the same bedroom Clíonas granny stayed in. Only a fan is needed, the rooms are lovely and shaded.students had already left for the day when we arrived unfortunately, better luck tomorrow! Around the school grounds. Uncle Maurice explained it was once all rock land before the school was set up. Now ...
... if only they didn't take up so much luggage space. Our boat looks like a traditional long canoe, except that the interior framework and seats are GRP and the wood of the canoe has been built around the interior frame. Apparently they do have a 'real diveboat' but it's in for repair...just our luck. It's interesting to note the religious slogans painted on the boats, 'in God we trust', 'Jesus never fails', 'walk with the Lord'...and each one painted with a cross. Should we say ...
... into town for some idlie and vada (or Indian doughnut as I like to call it) vada looks like a doughnut, but there's where the likeness ends. It's savory and the dough is made with mild spices, I just like to call it a doughnut. We gobbled that down in a restaurant my dad would describe as a "plastic table and chair jobby" the most basic of roadside joints, where the auto rickshaw drivers and labourers settle down for simple, honest ...
... upstairs on demand. The city itself felt cosy with its narrow streets lined with colourful, but somewhat decaying colonial buildings. It was easy to wander picking up books, Indian sweets, overly creamy and sugery tea and insanely cheap chickpea curry and buns that we didn't actually want, but we were glad we got. We had a cheap dinner in a local vegetarian diner and got some very good news regarding Normy...
Panaji- Saturday 15th June
We rented a scooter in the ...