La Capital Hotel

Address: M.G. Road, Panaji, Goa, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Panaji

Goa & Kerala - Peaceful India

A travel blog entry by hannahandtim on Apr 08, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... waters with views across pristine rice paddies and unmolested villages and are perfect for boating and fishing. The selection of houseboats was completely overwhelming so after viewing an 'official' government operated boat (nice but at a price), chose a more run down but ok looking one moored next to it to hire for the next 24 hours- the owners were friendly and the cost less cringe-worthy.

It was a nice trip and we enjoyed the freedom of our own boat- even though we opted for ...

Another bus ride today....

A travel blog entry by nmcoleman on Sep 12, 2014

6 photos

So decided that the first bus ride went well and maybe I should try another.... Took myself of to Panjim (Panji) which is the state capital for Goa. It has a massive Portuguese influence and you can clearly see on some of the photos the influence on the well as the pretty gardens...a tranquil haven amongst madness! For further ...

Palolem to Arambol

A travel blog entry by johnsmetana on Feb 17, 2014

2 photos

... the flight from Kathmandu to Singapore which we had left to a leisurely "we'll get round to it". With only four seats left for that important flight, the booking confirmation was a welcome relief. With no lodging booked for the night, we were dropped in the middle of a big dirt car park just off the beach. I waited whilst Kate went to explore the options. Soon enough a place was found for what is the ...

On to Panji

A travel blog entry by skeetstravel on Nov 21, 2013

29 photos

... the north. The bike has low mileage basically as the speedo has been disconnected, as it warms up the automatic clutch jumps from first to second, not always but manage to get used to it. The ferry is just chaos, scooters, cars and passengers all trying to get on and off together. One line of cones to separate on's and offs would make the changeover a lot safer and quicker, but that would mean the ferry would have to land in the same place every time, that could be ...

In A Lonely Place

A travel blog entry by gibbslocates on Oct 19, 2013

2 comments, 3 photos

... said to Grant dont even bother with them and if you ignored them they went away. We also watched the many interesting railway engines coming in, they were huge and I must try to find out where they were built, probably India but possibly could have been Russian....once again, I'll have to find out. We also watched as fully loaded huge lorries on transporter carriages went by. Their drivers eating and drinking in ...

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