Resort Lagoa Azul
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On reflection we realised that although we loved Anjuna , it was a bit too quiet for us, we were looking for something with a bit more hustle and bustle. Baga certainly had this ! Baga had two main roads , one which was full of the hotels and then the second which led straight to the beach. Baga was fairly busy we loads of shops and cafes. It even had a couple of clubs right next to the beach so we were well in. The hotel was ideally located with a ...
... moghlai and punjabi preperations are some of the best around. The day ended with a cruise on the mandovi river with music, dance, food and lots of fun !!!
The next day was of lazying around by the poolside and enjoying the breeze. Watching the swimmers cut through the water and splash water on the ones like us trying to soak in the sun by the side. Dinner on the baga beach on one of the various shacks. Dotted by shimmering lights and pepped by the music the menu ...
... at yesterdays' scrum werent up to the job and hence missed getting our tickets. I shook his hand......grateful finally that our ticket out of here was in my sweaty hand. I made him go over the details until I understood everything......everything was in order.
We then had to jump back in the taxi to checkout and find a new place to stay and we did it the old fashioned way, by walking around and being told lies by ...
... in 43 degree heat through the ruins and it truly is a stunning area. The relaxed nature of the area as well makes it the perfect place in which to enjoy such breathtaking scenery, definitely one of my top recommendations if anyone is stupid enough to follow my recommendations when travelling India.
Right, this is a tricky one. Firstly, we received much of our info in Goa from an American girl that we met upon arriving in Hampi, who subsequently met ...
... entrance it appeared like a mystical palace in the air and I felt tears come to my eyes as its breath taking beauty. It was difficult to believe that it was real, the size of it was overwhelming. Once you get up close and see the detail in the marble it is even more amazing and even with thousands of tourists crawling all over it like ants it does not detract from the experience. It was definitely worth delaying our return to ...