Mapple Viva Goa
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... snow covering the Philadelphia streets – which was probably good as it covered the green stains. The cold weather was to be the theme for the week - a pleasant respite from the heat of India and bearable as I had all my Kilimanjaro cold weather gear. The two meetings with the Wharton and MSU Management PhD program faculty and students went well. Everyone was very friendly at both universities and the faculty all seemed very keen to work with PhD students. Such ...
... the flight from Kathmandu to Singapore which we had left to a leisurely "we'll get round to it". With only four seats left for that important flight, the booking confirmation was a welcome relief. With no lodging booked for the night, we were dropped in the middle of a big dirt car park just off the beach. I waited whilst Kate went to explore the options. Soon enough a place was found for what is the ...
... 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 ...
... Beach which was less crowded than our beach but also doesnt have the variety of restaurants, cafes and market stalls.
A lot of men sew here. We were told that it takes 2 days to embroider John Lennon's face onto a t-shirt which costs less than $10. They can also sew whatever design you want.
We needed a good night sleep last night after the overnight train, but might check out one of the beach parties (raves) tomorrow night that start at 11 pm and go until ...
... one of the biggest and cleanest rooms yet in India and they also served the best omelets ever which went down very well for breakfast with our standard sweet lassi (Indian drink: yogurt and sugar). Vagator was in the middle of lots of little towns only a short ride between other beaches and as we liked this hostel we thought we would make it our base for a few days and take day trips to other beaches. So we rented a little scooter and drove down to main vagator beach ...