Nanutel Margao Hotel
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... for the holiday season which kept Shaff and his “Leatherman
multiknife” busy for 2 weeks. Being India you have to redecorate, rewire,
retile, reseal and re negotiate everything yearly so lots to be done before the
first guests arrived on the 15th December. Shaff managed to get all
the traders in we needed and they – surprisingly – all turned up pretty much on
time (or at least on the right day) So altogether ...
... the road west through Sirsi go through to the coast," Dave asked? “It looks shorter” After consulting the map, the recommendation changed, “Go west to Sirsi and follow the signs to Ankola. Then up to Goa. That is the best way.” became the consensus all around. “Is the road good?” “Yes, the road is good.” What does 'good' mean Dave was tempted to ask, but didn't. One of the guys seemed very familiar ...
... smiles, waves and conversation usually just including 'whats your name' and 'where from'?
On another outing we dared to take a bike up to Calungute and Baga for the day- Calungute is the town full of ****** holidaying Indians, the beach was packed with crowds - cant imagine what it would be like in high season- the attention is intense but friendly- once you smile or wave back people get embarrassed or are likely to explode ...
With a rough map we tried to find our way and things seemed to go
pretty well, most of the directions seemed to follow and after about
20 minutes we found a beach which we assumed was it. On finding a
solitary restaurant there we asked the proprierters if this was it to
which they said it was and showed us in to their humble cafe. We said
we'd eat later and went onto the beach which we were disappointed to
find had very little shade. As ...
... br> The intricate carvings created by these craftsmen adorn the interior and the sides of the building. The temple faces east so that the rays of the rising sun fall on the deity at the crack of ...