How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... ruins scattering the landscape. The mind boggles at how these rocks got here and you can quite quickly make the leap to understanding why these rocks were turned into temples and built into important monuments because this feels like a special, almost 'out of this world' landscape. Hampi lies in the ruins of the now non existant city of Vijayanagara. Hampi was a thriving settlement of about half a million people until in 1565, when a group of Deccan Sultanates ...
... away thinking Starbuck’s makes a better chai tea than Indians.
We explained to Jahangir this method was not going to work for us and it would be in everyone’s best interest if we cut the ****. The deal we made with him was that we would stop at the predetermined restaurants long enough for us to sip on a weak tea and for Jahangir to eat his free meal. Afterwards, he would take us to where the locals ate. Naturally, the managers of the restaurants ...
Sams: Mumbai to Goa had to be thee worst train trip for me, out of all the trains we have been on so far and that's saying a lot. Leaving Mumbai at 11pm and getting onto a night train isn't anything out of the ordinary for us. Our 2nd class a/c compartments are typically comfortable enough. This trip however, not so great. We were in a very old compartment near the entrance to the toilet. Single beds run all along the walkway, and the rest of the beds are little compartments of four ...
I'm here again to update you on our adventures in Goa.
We arrived in Madgaon (also known as Margao - lots of places have been re-named here, since independence from Portugal) on Friday evening at 8.30pm. We took a Tuk Tuk to our hotel (the Sapphire Comfort Hotel - very nice), our base for the next 2 days, whilst we explore North Goa and the beaches near Madgaon.
The hotel is our most expensive so far, and is so posh it has not only tea and ...
... the beach in the 'Reggae Shack' which only really played reggae after all the old people had gone home and we requested it. The cheap and deadly cocktails got Izzy quite a bit tipsy and a few large beers later Nat was feeling the same and we had fun trying to find our way off the beach as there's a fence along most of if with only a small gap in it, and no torch. We got back to a freezing cold room due to the air con and ended up sleeping with it off and the standard fan on ...