Vivanta by Taj - Panaji
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... guys, the girls, the kids - all good fun. The usual question "May I be enquiring from what country you are coming from?" and upon hearing Australia, it would usually elicit the response "Yes, Ricky Ponting!" That man is like a God here! Next in the pecking order were a few "Yes, Gilchrist!"s and a man that kept saying "Crocodile, crocodile" which was not eluding to the fact that Australia has crocodiles but after prompting by his son, ...
... altogether reassuring (it had ash trays, and our window was broken). We did make it to Chennai without being sucked out the window, however, and once we arrived we managed to navigate our way to our flight gate. This navigation was very scary, as you will know if you have been to Chennai airport; it is very dirty and in various states of dilapidation. We entered the terminal a little early (out of sheer fear) and ended ...
... us. This has been a recurring theme since we arrived in India. Parents will push their children toward us, haave them introduce themselves, and then take their pictures shaking our hands. Young people approach and want group photos with us. At heavily touristed sites on many occasions we have noticed people pretending to take photos of objects near or behind us, when they are obviously shooting at us. Looking around, I guess we do look pretty strange.
... like a ghost town! We got a tuc tuc up to Old Goa and got dropped off at a church on top of the hill called Church of Our Lady of the Mount which had a great view over the city and we just about got there in time to see the sunset. It was really peaceful up there and seemed like the perfect way to end my trip to southern India. Off to Mumbai tomorrow so looking forward to seeing what craziness that ...
... and enjoying the well kept area around our place from our porch, we just walked down to the beach to see the sunset. Vic couldn't resist the Ocean, he walked right in with his shoes on! :D
Right around then, I was watching a really dark skinned Indian baby play in the sand while two dogs were chilling with her and obviously watching out for her. Soon after the same two dogs started playing with each other and a new ...