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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Last lunch on the beach today at Doms. Calamari rings in garlic butter & prawn curry with aloo mutter ( potato & peas) . Finally talked to the young guy hawking wooden things along the beach including a "magic box" which you cant work out how to open, made of walnut & very attractively carved. Gave in & bought one. Planning to get back to pool earlier today as I may have another ...
... lovely and I enjoyed the sunbathing but it wasn't very busy down here therefore weren't really meeting anyone to hang out with. The northern beaches are the more touristy places so thought I would head up there but going via the capital. I booked myself into a hostel in the capital Panaji but on arrival regretted it!! The place wasn't very nice and I'd booked 3 ...
... not returning my bike straight away. I rented it for 24hrs after all and I knew it would come handy to go for some small shopping later on. I didn't expect to be pulled over again as I hadn't seen any police checkpoints near by. Was it an irresponsible gamble? Perhaps, but I "won" this one so shut up and let's move on! ;). The rest of the day was all about crystal clear water of Arabian Sea and the sand as golden as a Kingfisher (an absolute ruler on the beer market in India) ...
... and took pictures in the beach to make our Christmas card to send to our family. We went for happy hour cocktails. We looked at the menu, thought they looked quite cheap and ordered one each. Ten minutes later 4 cocktails appeared, it was buy one get one free! Since I wasn't feeling well today Craig drank 3 of them!
We Went for dinner in a resort close to where we stay and Craig tried sausage chilli fry which is a Goan dish, and VERY ...
... Goa. The once beautiful beach of Baga is still attempted to be kept clean but as I watched a wealthy Indian family change their babies diaper then throw it into the sea I realised that it wouldn’t take long for Goa to now catch up with the rest of India. Goan’s always took pride in their state, rubbish was disposed of, beaches were kept clean but now plastic bottles and diapers are beginning to overtake the natural foliage. The general Indian mentality towards waste is ...