La Vaiencia Beach Resort
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of La Vaiencia Beach Resort
TripAdvisor Reviews La Vaiencia Beach Resort Morjim
Travel Blogs from Morjim
... 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 ...
... a story. As you can imagine the bus was boiling so I was drinking plenty of water to stay hydrated and couldn't wait to take advantage of the toilet break. I dashed to the toilet only to find that the one toilet had a queue of about 10... And the only other option was the squatting toilet. I hadn't yet used a hole in the floor but I was sure I'd be capable. What I hadn't anticipated was a slippery tiled floor, the smell and the fact it was a communal squatting area. So when ...
... of uncle Maurice's friends. The twin sisters, Maleescha and Pequenina Da Veiga Coutinho. They have a typical Portuguese/Goan home, with a big hall in their house, where they would have wedding parties. In their grand hall they had tables that were made in to sofas, really coo! Their niece Sonia also came to join us, her husband is out on the Sea at the moment so she is there for company.
Driving on, we couldn't find the museum. So after getting ...
... 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.
... around 6am and got dropped off at a random bus station in the middle of the city. The directions that were given to us by the hostel we booked were from a different station and so it left us completely turned around. Right away we were approached by taxi drivers who all seem to want to be your friend but really they are trying to scam you any way possible. We had little choice but to go with one and trust he was going to take us where we needed to go. Thankfully he was ...