Vivanta by Taj - Panaji
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Panaji
... unloading duties and the newbies are left to do the donkey work. They don't seem to mind and they now finally seem to understand the meaning of the term 'form a chain'. Another nice days diving, maybe not world class diving but an enjoyable interlude and a really friendly and professional set up. Back at the hotel we wash our kit and after a late siesta we set off for the church where there are celebratory events taking place for the three day long festival. There is a huge ...
... and we went up the alley a bit and found a restaurant that sells beer, so we purchased 2 Kingfisher beer..two types one lager and another darker beer. I drank half of one cause I was so hot and Kent drank his and my other half. We sat on the corner near our taxi waiting for the cabby and visited with our co-harts and took some pictures of tuck tuck's and stuff.
We made it back to the ship in time to get a two for one drink in the Schooner's bar and visited ...
... and all our birthdays during this trip together), ended up eating at a place recommended by Lonely Planet – we had: Goan Feni mixed with lime (a traditionally made liquor that can cause blindness if not consumed at a reputable establishment, this swanky restaurant seemed like the very best place to explore this local brew); lime juice with soda (one of our favorite refreshing drinks can be ordered sweet or salty); Portuguese/goan bread ...
... into a wild cackle of laughter that goes on for about 30 seconds. All is quiet for the rest of trip and when i get off about 30 minutes I glance back and the old man is fast asleep but still has a big grin on his face. I love meeting strange people on my travels.
Well I think this blog will be quiet for a week or two. I will only update it if anything important happens so if you would like to know what I am doing please refer back to paragraph 4.
... to the other side. Later I caught a 3rd ferry to get to Dr Salim Allis Bird Sanctuary. Saw a White Breasted Kingfisher. I was heckled all the way around the reserve by a crow, who I think, by the way it kept pestering me, must have been a Bombay train porter in another life.
Cycled over a whacking big hill and settled down in Panaji for the night.
Internet connection very slow here will upload photos tomorrow!