Longuinhos Beach Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... through Chalice.
I would like to take a minute to ask Chalice, "what the ****?"
We've been supporting Meenu since she was five years old, and plan to see her through university so she can become a teacher like she has always wanted. To suddenly cut funding to that area, and not allow us to have contact with her if that does happen is a little ridiculous. My photographic memory and notes will help in the event that the funding is cut, because I'll go ...
... and hire a paddle ski for a couple of hours, and view the local bays. There are beach huts perched everywhere. Managed to get the ski out through the surf without falling off. Coming back, a boat in front fell off, we got on the wave and surfed in, pity we fell of at the last moment, we would have looked really cool. On our meanderings we found a really cool restaurant on the high street, decided for fish that night. Had a ...
... could hear some ridiculously heavy trance music and so we went out off in search of the party. It didn't take long and soon we where standing beneath a huge placard saying 'goa-freaks.com' and 'tonight hippy night'. The fact we didn't have dreadlocks or several piercings or a tattoo of a skull on our face meant we stood out a little but it didn't matter and we had a wicked (if a bit weird) night that will not be forgotten ...
... porridge again and Steve had a delicious Indian breakfast. All the pestering had obviously worked its way into our subconsciouses, as we decided that maybe a boat trip would in fact be a nice thing to do. Though not a sea one with promises of dolphin sightings, as we had heard first hand from a previous tripper that there were definitely no dolphins to be seen. We went up to one of the boat trip men and said we wanted to ...
... for only $2. Quite impressive actually. Sheree Punjab was the restaurant we wanted to go to again after such a nice meal the night before. Again far from disappointing we only paid about $12 AUS for our meal and saved very little room for dessert. Picking up our final Goan bargains we made our last trek back to the resort. Having bypassed the same lady "Susannah" for about the sixth time we thought it was about time we had a look in her shop. She was not there, but her brother ...