Vivanta by Taj - Panaji
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Panaji
... great to work with an Indian vet for a week but I was disappointed that the communication issues with the boys were only partly resolved. Desplite the fact Indian vet spoke four of indian official languages, India has so many that he was unable to communicate with everyone. I have come to realise that Indians are used to resorting to attempting to communicate in English with each other. The long suffering manager was a young, female, British vet. She had the almost impossible task ...
... Goa there won't be the variety and I'll have plenty of time to explore Indian culinary delights. My favourite mistranslation so far has been 'beef stronger off'. No matter how hard they try even the most professional menus have mistakes, they struggle with 'banoffee' in particular. Dessert options are usually limited to this, fruit and ice cream, however the mysterious 'hello to the king' or 'queen' is often also an option - I think it's a combination of biscuits, banana, ice ...
... Kingfisher village up and running, film character themes, lights and a band playing ' we don't want no education'. All the stages are playing music at full volume, it's so India. The band switches to modern Indian music which they are much better at, couple of Kingfisher Tinnies and everything is Ok. Band closes and a festival film begins, without sound. Get the sound sorted out, but it's not an improvement. Even the locals walk away. Can't imagine an art ...
... like motorways and so on) he said it would cost 700 rupee's- about £7.00. The exchange rate at the moment is near enough 100-1 so figuring out prices is very easy currently. As we drove through the various towns Gent and I just couldn't stop gawping at the sights and scenery. The half an hour journey was one of the most amazing times I can remember. It is exactly as you would imagine. All the buildings are in fairly rough condition. The businesses, banks, doctors, ...
... Herritage site.It was a scorching hot day, so we slowly took our time to meander around the famous sites:
- Se Cathedral - old and worn around the edges but a grand cathedral with impressive interior.
- Basilica of Bom Jesus, a stunning church wirh beautiful paintings and the resting place for St Francis Xavier (his body is actually visible in a glass coffin!)
- Church of St Francis of Assisi - a small quaint church but with beautiful examples of paintings.
- Monastery ...