La Vaiencia Beach Resort
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... drops me off as close to the beach as he can, and i get started. Like Candolim, there are several beach huts lining the beach. The first hut guy asks me if i need a room. I get a bad vibe from him and shake my head no. The next hut guy asks me the same thing. Yes, i say. He tells me to have a seat. This is not the most obvious thing to do with a ginormous bag on your back, so i stay standing. I ask him who he is calling ...
... to budgeting properly,
and we just don’t want our journey to end yet if we run out of money
prematurely – we will miss you guys and be raising a toast to you on NYE for
sure. We leave Goa on the 7th Jan and make our way to Auroville for
our last dose of Indian full power spirituality before we wave goodbye for the
final time to this fascinating crazy sub-continent and fly to Cambodia for some
further fun and adventure, and of course the ...
... not to take bribes now. I tried tactfully to get his opinion on physical interrogation of suspects, which I have heard is still very routine here. However, I didn't really get anywhere and, besides, this chap does almost all of his work from behind a desk and is unlikely to be very involved in the questioning of suspects. The police officer told me that he thought confidence was the key to being successful in life. It was a pleasure to meet ...
... that's my cutoff for the amount of hours I will endure trapped in a metal tube in the sky with two children five and under). Next, flight to Kayseri with Turkish Airlines. Accommodation in Urgup for 3 nights. Also book a rental car through EconomyRentals (cheapest prices I could find, decent overall reviews) to be picked up and dropped off at the airport. Then, a flight to Izmir from Kayseri via SunExpress. We got really cheap flights booked a few months in advance, ...
... to beat the crowds, but it was really filling up with tourists and locals as we left. It is more relaxed here. Live bands play in between loud techno. The food stalls have a health bent. And the vendors are largely European with prices to match. I am continually surprised how I am willing to pay a bigger sum for a fixed priced item than for one that is not fixed.
I left Anjuna and Arpora feeling glad I did research before the trip and found Morjim beach and Village Susegat.