Nagoa Grande Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we were to drive in case the GPS screwed us over. I also had copies of our passports, copies of prescriptions for the medication I was carrying for the boys, copies of receipts of all electronic equipment, just in case customs gave us a ************ our return, copies of travel insurance, and a list of all doctors and hospitals in every place we were going to be at with special notes on which ones spoke English!
And that was that. Onward to the trip then.
... a nice table in the shade for the afternoons pool side entertainment, when the cruise director makes his important announcement. Would any guests who haven't yet met Indian immigration, please head to deck 5. Oops. Martin decides he has to keep our seats and checks 3 times to see if I can do it for him. With the best will in the world I don't look enough like him to pull that one off, so with paperwork in hand I disappear to see what else we have to do ...
Goa is a very popular beachy vacation spot on the Arabian Sea. It's vey reminiscent of Kuta, Bali or Cancun, or Phuket I'm told. Gorgeous beach, hot, cheap liquor, cheap goods, and people from around the globe. Particularly Russians. This was the perfect place to end our adventure.
Goa was was the stronghold for the Portugese in the 1600s. Goa remains the largest Christian community in India. ...
... following day we decided we had to go see the pyramids of Giza and so we figured out how to catch the subway to the city of Giza. Upon arrival we met what seemed to be the only honest person in Egypt outside the station and followed him and his young son to the pyramids. He took us to an entrance separate from the main tourist gate and even got us a good deal to ride horses through the pyramids! The plan was to ride camels but apparently they are way too slow which takes more ...
We headed out early to Mapusa, a town east of Anjuna. This was not really worth the visit. It was a typical busy town with not much to see but a lot of worn out buildings, lots of people and lots of traffic! It was a bit chaotic navigating a one way system through the traffics here but Dip stayed calm and did great, he's starting to drive like an India now! We quickly drove around ...