NV Beach Resort
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- Room service
- Free parking
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TripAdvisor Reviews NV Beach Resort Calangute
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... off over a tiny little bridge and onto a bumpy dirt road of brownish red. A couple wrong turns later we found the place and followed the bag boy along the main path that quickly turns into fine, powdery sand under our feet. At the center is a large bar and kitchen area, with shaded seating and lounge chairs with beach views out in front. Hidden within the palm trees and surrounding the bar are a series of wooden beach huts, situated anywhere from 30m to 3ft from the beach. This ...
... back for people to hold! That was fun :-)
THEN - one of the staff pulled out fishing wire and hooks with some squid and passed it over to me. I didn't really know what to do so he showed me and helped me. I then went on to catch 3 fish in a row! I was well happy - I've never fished before in my life and it was so much fun!! I threw them all back ...
Woke up extremely rough!! We had breakfast in the hotel and after we'd pulled round a bit we hired a scooter for £2.50 for the day and a few others also joined us, there was Mirko with Dane riding on the back of his scooter and Helene with Tark on the back of hers, he couldn't drive because he'd broken his toe from the night before, dancing. We headed out to find Anjuna beach, KV told us to just keep asking people along the way and they'll ...
... 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 ...
... the adventure began to Arambol.
Tash had spoken to some girls who said that they had been Arambol, walked up the beach, over a hill and found a lake and waterfall. So off we went, over the hill. On the way we bumped into this 14 year old Indian girl who had obviously been speaking to English people a lot as she had caught onto all the 'things to say’ – “come and have a gander”, “why don’t you have a butchers” and when ...