Lazylagoon Sarovar Portico Suites
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... walk to the beach. The beach had golden sands and cool shimmery water, plus the added bonus of loads of beach bars. We both loved it from the off. On the first night we went to a restaurant recommended to us by the hotel manager, and it did not disappoint. It was full of tourists so we knew it would be good. We ordered a balsamic beef and jalapeño pizza between us and it was mouthwatering, it was actually the first time we had eaten beef ...
... for Zane and Mr Men and Little Miss series for Zach), some crayons and paper, one Ipad only (which they never used, at all), two cameras (one SLR, one compact), our phones, a laptop to back up pictures, a travel tripod. I gave the Kindle a miss, I would probably not have the time to read, plus it was pain to carry so many electronic items.
Paperwork: I carried prints of all the flight tickets, hotel confirmations, rental confirmations, plus prints of all ...
... local cuisines ranging from king fish, pomfret, shrimps and a host of other local delicacies ! Sipping on the beer we never realised how our watch needles moved couple of hours into the night...we sluggishly pulled ourselves towards the hotel and retired for the night....had to take the next day shuttle back to reality.
As we always say...never to go back to goa ...but when it calls ...its Goa Again !!!!
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... had a drink on the seafront and paddled in the water, before heading back to Margao, for our next bus down to Palolem and then Patnem Beach. The bus ride was sweltering, even though it was late afternoon, and Mr H's back was wet through after only a few minutes! Eventually, we arrived at Palolem, and took a Tuk Tuk to the Sea View Resort near Patnem Beach. Will report on our few days in Patnem/Palolem in our next Blog.
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Lyndsey & Martin
... when they arrived soon after and proceeded to ignore us for the rest of the time after that. She told us that North Goa is the 'foreigners area' and that as it is too hot for any clever, travel-savvy tourists from abroad unlike ourselves, it is largely deserted and she suggested Anjuna. So off we went, usefully starting from the train station which is about as far from the North area of Goa as humanly possible. What this girl failed to tell us about Anjuna, is that it is ...