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Dr. Jack Sequeira Junction, Calangute, Goa, 403516, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Dr. Jack Sequeira Junction, Calangute, is near Baga Beach, Anjuna Market, Calangute Beach, and Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Calangute

    Gorgeous Goa

    A travel blog entry by ktthomas on Jan 20, 2014

    116 photos

    ... Raj Nivas all the way to Caranzalem belonged to the Souto Maiors. She died on December 16, 1682.
    Dona Paula was a woman of charity and is known to have helped the villagers and worked a lot for their betterment, so after her death, the villagers decided to rename the village as Dona Paula. Initially the village was called Oddavell.

    According to myth Dona Paula is entombed in the Cabo Chapel, the residence of the Governor of Goa and is supposed to be ...

    Udaiper, Mumbai/Nasik and Goa

    A travel blog entry by ryanmatthews_01 on Dec 05, 2013

    7 photos

    ... were pushing all these elaborately designed floats with multiple candles on into the lake. From Udaiper we got another bus down to Mumbai, just the 17 hours this time, we met another English couple from Cambridge as we were waiting for the bus, it was nice to exchange various stories with them. We hadn't booked anywhere to stay in Mumbai so we decided that we would try and get a room at the same place as them, of which we had to get to via the the Mumbai metro, an ...

    Beaches and Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by izzy.and.nat on Feb 19, 2013

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... water put most people off, so luckily to pool bit wasn't too crowded, but there were people everywhere you looked on the waters edge. Before we knew it our time was up and we had to return. There were no more than 5 or 6 monkeys in the journey and tens of people trying to feed them all. We got up close and gave one or two a banana, but saved most of our fruit for the cows when we got back. Due to the initial wait for the jeeps, it meant we missed our train back to Majorda. ...

    Getting into Indian cinema

    A travel blog entry by wotters on Sep 16, 2012

    ... plot. It only cost £1 for a ticket and popcorn was 50p. Beat that cineworld! But the best thing is that the audience treat films more like panto. As the main guy came on screen the place went mad cheering!! And everytime there was a fight won or a good bit of story it was accompanied by the appropriate whoops, sighs or cheers. We loved it! They even have a interval ...

    Goa reunion!

    A travel blog entry by off-the-rails on Dec 07, 2011

    17 photos

    ... the socks of you) have a constant eye out for the police, as they don't want to have to pay the bakshish bribes and get their stock taken away as its 'illegal' to trade on the beach.

    Dom's shack at Mobor beach must have a mention. We made it our first stop for sunbeds, drinks and meal whenever we were at the beach and as a result became familiar with Dom and his staff. Most familiar with us was Roy, or Jerry as he called himself when introduced to Tom. ...