Vivanta by Taj - Panaji
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Panaji
... the situation. There is a person who is the people mover and he shouts abuse at people who think they can sneak a bit of space; he calls out like an auctioner for people to get onto the bus and whistles in a very high pitch when it is time to stop for a passenger to get off. Very entertaining.
While here we saw the various museums and churches, nay cathedrals, many being restored. We ...
... to the machine and it was sitting there on top. Very nice of him to do, but
when I phoned my bank a second time, they said it is impossible to reinstate a canceled card.
So, I didn't buy a new camera, and now I have no bank card. Luckily (and I hate that I am going to praise my bank, because their practices at home annoy me to no end) CIBC will courier me a new card in three days, no charge. I just need to give them a hotel address. I should have ...
... a celebrity of some sort on board the plane, the mass of people taking pictures and shaking his hand sort of gave it away! The best bit was that Zoe had made him move when we got on as he was sat in her seat (we did wonder why he kept looking at us disapprovingly...) Zoe's first thought in this situation was 'well, were definitely more likely to get bombed because there's important people ...
... at the famous Arpora Night Markets.
They rose out of this dusty little town like a spaceship in Close Encounters peopled by dreadlocked aliens. We were even scanned for phasers on the way in – looked good, band was playing, food smelled edible. But almost every second stand had the same stuff. Disappointment.
However, earlier in the day we walked for 2 hours ...
... for a dance which I kindly refused. The girls tried to pull me up during the ladies dance but I was drawing enough attention being the only blonde chick on bored that I didn't need to embarrass myself anymore with my two left feet, especially as the girls and their mother were doing such a beautiful job. Throughout the trip I learnt that the girls were from a town called Solan just outside of Shimla in Himachal Pradesh on the edge of the ...