La Oasis by The Verda Anjuna
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... of the boys we played cards with a couple of nights ago. Sadly the price was way past what we could afford and we had to stagger into a few more hostels before one of them found us. A local lady on a scooter stopped and talked us into checking out her hostel. She quoted a reasonable price, RS 400, and gave us directions that we completely failed to follow. This meant we ended up at a dead end near the top of a hill. Our mood took another hit and we were pretty sullen as ...
... I think more for decoration than anything else. It was super hot so me and Rach decided to go for a swim. The waves are powerful in Goa and knock you down if your not ready with a guarding stance. Rose got badly scratched when a wave hit her to the floor in Anjuna. My sunglasses were also taken prisoner by the sea and I didn't even realise they had gone until I got back to my sunbed. Still in Goa a couple of days later and saying goodbye to some fun times ...
... of ourselves. Returning home as we often say in yoga is just reconnecting with the heart. Devotional practices can help us connect with this. I started to cry when chanting Om Namaya Shivaya as the chant penetrates very deeply for me. Yoga has been very powerful in helping me to start opening up to the Divinity and power of love. So many layers to penetrate through for me. The asana practice helps to ...
... Mabel and her mother Martha learning more about the culture . Martha not only is the matriarch of the family running the Guesthouse, she also harvests coconut oil and cold presses and sells it. None ready right now, hope to buy some before I go. They also have a rice paddy and harvest rice. And there are the chickens pecking about and the vegetable garden in the Monsoon time. Wow! Mabel changed my beds separated them and it is much better. Slept well last night. ...
... The patient locals who wait on the travellers day after day. The kindness of the women who will smile and say hello if you initiate it. The beauty of the woman in their colorful saris and their clever and astute sense of business in selling their products. Bargaining is expected however it seems unethical to do so when what you are buying costs so little. It is a fun game especially when they outsmart you! ...