Kismat Mahal

Address: E-1/221,Gauravaddo, Calangute, Goa, 403516, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on E-1/221,Gauravaddo, Calangute, is near Baga Beach, Calangute Beach, Anjuna Market, and Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Calangute

    Day 36 - The spice of life

    A travel blog entry by indianadventure on Aug 21, 2014

    3 photos

    ... on fresh whole mackerel, king prawns, crab claws. Even the mushroom curry was stuffed with shrimps. All accompanied by delicious brown rice, papad and some spicy lime chutneys. The entire meal was organic and whatever could be, was sourced from their plantation. The only let down was a pale creamy purple drink, which was meant to aid digestion. The mix of savoury spices and sweet liquid did not go down so well.
    After eating we bought some spices to take home and set off ...

    Dolphins, dance class and swiming

    A travel blog entry by cliona on Jan 23, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... very different.
    When we got off the boat we saw that Uncle Maurice had dozed off in the sun. We woke him up and waited in the sun to dry up a bit whilst writing our names in the sand (as you do on the beach) But where one adventure ends, another begins, we left the beach, indulging in some ice cream on the way to the car. We found uncle Maurice butterscotch, his favourite. The car was like a sauna inside so Clíona dried herself in the sun some ...

    Goa: A Place of Great People, Beaches...& Alcohol

    A travel blog entry by jamesgeorge232 on Jan 20, 2013

    7 photos

    ... throughout the journey! My favourite moments of the journey by far were the opportunities to hang out the wide-open swinging train doors as we raced through the Indian countryside. Slightly dangerous; yes, but a great exhilarating feeling of the breeze hitting your face as the sun set into the rolling hills around.
    Once in Vagator, Goa, the sudden change to the pace of life becomes apparent. This was the hippy part of Goa in the north and was ...

    Going solo to Goa

    A travel blog entry by sps5032 on Feb 20, 2012

    ... house, with its simple $10 rooms, delicious vegetarian restaurant, calming jungly bungalow feel with canopy nets, bamboo, bird chirping, shade, cozy nooks to read a book or lay in a hammock, and quiet nights. Goa is an interesting place…it is an old beach town known for its seafood but which has been more recently overtaken by burnt out hippies and drugsters, yoga and ayurvedic medicine centers, tourists buzzing around on scooters, and many many Russians who come, ...

    Goa in August - Day 1 - to rain or not to rain.

    A travel blog entry by jganguly on Aug 12, 2011

    4 photos

    ... morning rain. Thankfully, the clouds had lightened and the sun was trying to peep out.

    Collected my bag from the carousel, passed the Pre-paid taxi counter and walked out. My taxi driver friend Rukesh was there all right, with a broad smile. On the way he told me that his 5-year car loan has all but been paid off. Excellent condition for a 5-year car.

    The ride to Anjuna took about an hour. The Zuari River looked grey and vast, ...