Lua Nova Hotel

Saunta Vaddo, Calangute, Goa, 403516, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Saunta Vaddo, Calangute, is near Baga Beach, Anjuna Market, Calangute Beach, and Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Calangute

    15th November - Anjuna, Goa

    A travel blog entry by omclintock on Nov 15, 2013

    1 photo

    ... been in their 50s and had been to Goa about 8 times with this stay lasting 3.5 months. Nice to hear about all the stuff we could be doing of we could control the scooters. We then left the beach and followed their advice to go to a good restaurant on the strip to have some authentic Goan seafood. We had a mixed seafood platter from the BBQ which was distinctly average and very overpriced, 700 rupees / £7 (and actually made me ...

    Carnival Time

    A travel blog entry by vagabondtour on Feb 10, 2013

    2 comments, 27 photos

    The whole of Goa has Carnival fever and no one can really tell me what its about. From What i gather it has to do with Ash Wednesday and a party before Lent. All the towns and villages partake and there a float processions and music up and down the coast.

    Basti and I went through to Margao on Sunday to watch the main procession. We got there nice and early and found a good bench with a great view and when it got busy we could then ...

    Russia's Malia

    A travel blog entry by gemmafoxall on Jan 30, 2013

    ... to walk along the seafront as you are consistently approached for one reason or another. Every day we would give in and go to one of the beach bars that offered loungers with a purchase but even there you weren't safe. The men would hover around you while you sunbathed and those selling their goods/services on the beach had absolutely no boundaries. Despite having had my legs waxed before leaving England, an Indian woman came up to me while I ...

    Goan, Goan, Gone

    A travel blog entry by markanthonylow on Aug 25, 2012

    ... Further north and further south resembles refugee camps, buildings wrapped in blue tarpaulin to protect them from the monsoon and almost absent of people, so Goa does feel a bit sorry for itself. We came here in the final days to lose ourselves from the India we had been through, to relax amidst the Goan spirit, yet most of Goa is closed for the season and the rest is filled with diaper throwing Indians who then come and stare in their hoards and take photos with their camera phones ...

    A week turns into a month!

    A travel blog entry by lisa_andy on Dec 22, 2011

    7 comments, 11 photos

    ... beach, with an interesting hippie town (Arambol) at one end and a turtle beach (Morjim) at the other.
    Looking up at night and seeing the clearest skies and the most stars ever, we've also seen a couple of shooting stars, awesome!

    We both had a massage and Andy went for one called 'Magician Massage' which basically involved being naked and drenched in oil, it was very 'touchy feely' in the most intimate of places and very energising too!! Well worth the awkwardness ...