LivingRoom by Seasons Hotels

Vagator Beach Road, Vagator Anjuna, Vagator, Goa, 403509, India | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $38.00

Travel Blogs from Vagator

Happy New Year!

A travel blog entry by keelypark


... was getting the most harassed by the Indian men on the beach. Until the countdown, as soon as it hit midnight, it was like a free-for-all. It was swimming at the beach all over again every male hand in my proximity it seemed was on my ass. Lucy and I were both screaming NO NO NO, like you do to naughty toddlers who are trying to pull the kettle cord or something. We rallied and still managed to enjoy our night. There were lots of people letting off lanterns, and ...

Gotta go eat in Goa

A travel blog entry by jamesnange


... a group of kids playing cricket on the beach. Palolem seemed much more relaxed than Vagator and had a lot more Westerners. We had dinner on the beach, Ange had Aloo Saag and I opted for the Goan Fish Curry (first fish curry ever) and again the food was lovely. We then headed back to Margao and got the night bus to Hampi. It would've been nice to have been able to spend 1 or 2 nights in Palolem but to get to Hampi we needed to leave that ...

Mauled by the Mozzies

A travel blog entry by rhodri27


... and I. The majority of the night was spent teaching the Russian slang terms she can use in Australia, my personal favourite been poo tickets which is bog roll. When I get home I will be going into Tesco asking what type of poo tickets they would recommend.

In the Mango Tree I was paying 80rs for a large bottle of Kingfisher (1) and 120rs for a large bowl of delicious chicken noodles (1.50)

I have also decided to leave Goa a few ...

Shanti Shanti,

A travel blog entry by rekabliss


Shanti Shanti,
Things have a way of working themselves out here, it's strange but true, definitely much more apparent than anywhere else I've been. People are genuinely nice and helpful, and there is always something to remind you that it's all gonna be OK, even if you are worrying about stuff like money or future plans, and as beginner travelers, we do have days like that every once in a while.
For example, one day just after ...

'Goa' fri 11th jan day 34

A travel blog entry by margom


... and coconut palms came into view.
Goa is very tropical and lush, reminds me of PNG and Darwin. We are staying at a guest house called the "julie jolly" complete with a pool and bar. We had dinner at a "Greek restaurant" a welcome change from curry.
Vagator is overrated as far as beaches go. A small community of old weathered looking hippies live here, 'relics' from the 1960's and 70's still zooming around on their scooters and ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Vagator Beach Road, Vagator Anjuna, Vagator, is near Baga Beach, Anjuna Market, Calangute Beach, and Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre.
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