Hotel Laguna Anjuna
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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Great place this loving it. It's not in season but still met some great people. Good job now Geoff has gone. Nice beaches for playing footy and avin a dip And beer and food is cheap, jungle hostel around £4 a night nice cool basement room stinks a bit of Bruce Lees underpants after battling Norris but you get used to ...
... brown rice which I had a bit of, best rice I've had here by a mile! To finish we shared a sugar & grain free pinacolada cake with organic green tea. Not an indian meal but soooo good. That night we drove to the Saturday night market in Arpora. It was a big market with security on the doors and many lovely clothes stores (a lot owned by westerners). It also had food stalls (bean me up was there and we saw our waiter who smiled) and live music. It was all ...
First, oh my goodness, when did it become December!!! Time certainly does fly when you are having fun. Second, Goa is definitely India light.
We have been away from Edinburgh now for a little over two months, at times it seems like we have been away forever and at others only five minutes, but we have not throttled each other (yet) and have settled into a nice routine of breakfast/lunch somewhere nice(like Martha's), if we find somewhere good we now will go ...
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... 400 rupees a night each. ($6.66/night or $33.33/week) SOLD!! After gathering our things at the other hotel and making the long walk back to our new home we were all very excited to check out our new surroundings and swim in the ocean! The next week consisted of no alarms, no schedule, no motorized vehicles, and no one telling us what to do. It was amazing! Fresh fruit and pots of chai tea on the beach once settled into our marked chairs was how we greeted every morning and well ...