Hotel Laguna Anjuna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... are lovely! Our room is big, the beach is so close and the sunshine is out! So we are totally enjoying and relaxing!! Even fitted in a trip to a spice plantation where we learnt about many different spices, had some very very tastey food for lunch there! Had an elephant ride! Also we all headed out for massages yesterday...absolutely amazing! We all agreed it's a high possibility we'd go back there before we leave!! Something I've learnt in ...
... an hour or in an hour and a half depending on who we asked. Either way the result was the same; standing in a huddle around our backpacks while dozens of buses back to Panjim roamed around us.
During our wait we were treated to a bizarre sight; a shirtless and shoeless tourist wandering around. He was given a huge bunch of bananas by a local who, I assume, mistook the tourist for a monkey. He was being followed around by an equally shoeless girlfriend. He got ...
... straight to hospital after the vets for their rabies jabs. It left us feeling shaken and really sad. The dangerous dog was also taken away by a lead but nobody was really sure if it was a stray or a pet. There was some more partying, devouring of yummy Greek food (we found haloumi) and nursing of a few pesky hangovers over the next few days. I even squeezed in a run along the beach early one morning but even before sunrise the air is so dry so it said ...
... on his scooter for a twenty minute ride to the Shala. It was the highlight of my day then. Freedom in the yoga sutras is called Moksha and it is really about being fully alive in the moment, not worrying about what is to come or what is past. I will close with a great quote from Robin Sharma from his book Daily Inspiration " Courage is not the absence of fear but the willingness to walk ...
... things, love or the perfect job. I have felt unhappy and restless many times in my life. I was a chronic worrier, sure that some catastrophe was waiting around the corner. Yoga has helped that tremendously and I am grateful for that. Coming here, I was looking for something. Exhausted after 2 years of getting a yoga studio off the ground with long hours, many sleepless nights and a will to keep ...