Neelams The Grand
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... have an unfortunate habit of telling you what you want to hear. You ask if their 'espresso' is a proper coffee short and strong, they say yes and return with a mug of watery instant... the good intentions are there but it can be testing! On arrival in Mumbai we grabbed a taxi (nicely carpeted on the inside and bagged stashed in a boot that was tied closed) and headed to the central train station. This was my first journey in India where I realised I would probably always fear for ...
... is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.The basilica holds the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier. The church is located in Old Goa, which was the capital of Goa in the early days of Portuguese rule.
'Bom Jesus' (literally, 'Good (or Holy) Jesus') is the name used for the infant Jesus. The Jesuit church is India’s first minor basilica, and is considered to be one of the best examples of baroque architecture in India.
Construction work on the church began ...
... be after paragliding!! Once the boat we were on was quite far out to sea we just stopped, which I thought was a bit odd! Then after further inspection I realised the boat we were on was not actually equipped with the apparatus to do parasailing.... Hmmmm, what happens now? Well, I'll tell you what happens - another boat pulls up along side you of course, whilst both ...
The whole of Goa has Carnival fever and no one can really tell me what its about. From What i gather it has to do with Ash Wednesday and a party before Lent. All the towns and villages partake and there a float processions and music up and down the coast.
Basti and I went through to Margao on Sunday to watch the main procession. We got there nice and early and found a good bench with a great view and when it got busy we could then ...
... and tell all their freinds!
With Dan, this young chap demanded...... 'NAME PLEASE'!
We made friends with a guy called Sandeep running this beach shack...chatted to him for a few hours and did some people/ animal watching.
Baga seems a more upmarket place, had a stoll round the shops and tried some street sweetcorn....with no unpleasant ...