Joet's Guest House

Baillichall ward, Vasco da Gama, Goa, 403806, India | Hotel
Prices starting from $50.00

Travel Blogs from Vasco da Gama

First week

A travel blog entry by charw


so this is just to post some photos, i guess. we have been taking them like crazy but they are mostly of beaches and food and stuff.
we started on bogmalo beach, moved to gokarna where we stayed on the beach for one night then in the town for two nights, now we are in anjuna. leaving tomorrow for mumbai, hopefully.
all the rumors of goa …

We're Goan to have a good time !!

A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby


... a few centuries ago. We were to find out that this rather idyllic area is very starkly contrasted to that of the north. In short, very Portuguese, very Asian and very hot and humid. The latter ultimately to catch up with us all. Many litres of bottled water being consumed daily by each of us. Our first night's meal was in a local ...

Farewell, India

A travel blog entry by nomadictendency


... snake, a rockfish, a giant crab, and a squid, which an old Ruskie picked up, causing it to spit ink onto his hand, which he then jokingly rubbed on Genesta's foot. Ha, ha. Her expression was quite priceless at that moment.

So, instead of having a final, peaceful swim, we were treated to this carnivalesque scene of fish, fowl, and human beings. After this, we didn't have much of a stomach for swimming, with all the dead fish scattered on the beach.

Happy New Year from Goa!

A travel blog entry by drewmarie


... Goa since it is a normal vacation spot for them. The weather was incredible and water warm, so we were out there all day ordering King Fishers from the beach hut. The waiters at the beach huts advertise fresh sea food, and bring around a plate of the "catches of the day", which ranged from Pomfret to King fish to Barracuda. They prepare the fish whole, either grilled with butter and garlic or Goan style in a spicy red sauce. Both ways ...

Hardiwar and the River of Life

A travel blog entry by drewmarie


... private ceremony in the middle of the crowded bank. Spoken entirely in Sanskrit, the ceremony included chants, marking our forehead with a red dot and rice, being splashed with holy water and lighting of a candelabra (of sorts) that Manav handled as we all supported him by touching his arm. The chants were three fold. First you give thanks to the Gods. Then you envision your father's and mother's name and your family name and ask the Gods to give blessings to your family. ...

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This hotel, located on Baillichall ward, Vasco da Gama, is near Palolem Beach and Arambol Beach.
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