Lua Nova Hotel
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... it was a small town and not much to do. We chilled back at our guesthouse for a while where I caught up on my blog before heading out for dinner.
The next morning we caught the bus to Mapusa to connect to a bus to Anjuna beach. We arrived and it was a ghost town. The sea was also most of the way in and mostly rock. We found a little place called Guru bar where we had the Goan specialty Kingfish curry and rice. It was so good, loads of flavour and not the oil and the heat of ...
... with our swim we had some fresh lime water and the men had some coffee. Bosco repeatedly asked us to verify our names and where we were from which we patiently did. After this uncle maurice took us to coconut creek resort A resort set up by an old student of Maurice's and his Scottish wife. The resort was beautiful, with little houses surrounding a fabulous pool. Also only 3 minute walk from the beach. Clíonas granny and grandad had also been ...
... of India isnt extinct from road traffic accidents. Mum would have had a heart attack within 30 seconds off leaving the car park, driving on the wrong side of the road, overtaking on blind bends, 3 or 4 wide on a path that vaguely looked like a road. constantly blowing the horn for no apparant reason. Numerous animals such as cows, dogs, chickens roaming the road, at one point a cow was in our way and after the driver pressing the horn atleast 50 times the cow still wouldnt budge ...
... on our floor but no where near as bad as his! You see this is what happens when you do a ********** job of things in the first place! Did they fix it straight away? Course not. They left it hanging so that when the wind blew just small gushes of water would pour out every so often. Sigh. They fixed it eventually. No doubt for it to happen again at some point in the future!
We had a wonder over to the beach, about a 10 minute walk away, along a rubbish strewn path. Not ...
... We were all pretty much dying and our guide kept pulling different spices from plants to hopefully cool our mouths down. We were quite a sight. My whole face was on fire, and my ears were aching from it! To finish our wonderful time at the spice plantation they treated us to a buffet lunch filled with numerous fruits and spices that we had tired during our tour. We cannot rave about this place more than we already do, it was just a ...