Hotel Laguna Anjuna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Anjuna
... check out the bars. Not that I'm any manner of party animal, I consider 2am a late night these days, but Anjuna was put on this earth for people to get drunk on the beach whilst listening to music that wouldn't have sounded out of place in clubs in the early 2000's at volumes that would upset your ear drums if you hadn't just consumed several large Romanov vodkas and had already started slurring your speech and drooling a bit. ...
... apprehension as I tapped her on the shoulder, followed by a look of bewilderment as I said her first name, followed by a look of pleasant surprise as I asked if she was the Hippie in Heels. Of course, I simply has to buy her a thank you drink. It was one of those brief encounters that really made the night.
We dumped our kit at Jungle Hostel in Vagator on the Saturday morning and made our way to Arambol. Another big hippie hang ...
... round that supplied some entertainment.
We gave up to most of the beaches and settled on spending most of our time either sheltering from rain or exploring by motorbike, but finding nothing of real interest. It perhaps needs to be visited ...
... a brick. But there was little else to do so I acquiesced and we walked a handful of minutes to the beach-front. It wasn't as good as any given beach in Western Australia.
The flea market was draped about the remnants of the tourist town like the shawls being sold. We were hounded by offers, “Everything RS100!” and “Last market!” There was desperation in the thick, wet air. My companions seemed gripped by the fear of missing a good deal ...
... Whenever I sat down to stretch or just rest I was joined by a few stray dogs who just wanted some attention and a friend. Some are very sweet but I still can't bring myself to smooth them. We also had a new roomie, Pat, who soon became our new adopted solo traveller. Together with a couple of other people from the hostel: Matt and Emma, we took a taxi to Arambol beach, North of Anjuna. It's a lot more peaceful and old wooden boats can be seen beached along ...