Neelams The Grand
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... to this strategy yet Strategy 3: Look confident and hold out your arm with your palm raised facing the on-coming traffic. This is an advanced strategy that you should only try after a few weeks in the place. We've seen loads of people do this, but have not yet tried it ourselves. Strategy 4: Close your eyes, run and hope for the best – not recommended Strategy 5: Walk an extra km and find that sub-way that is on the map. Can be quite tiring. Wednesday, March ...
... of susegad - a uniquely Goan term that translates loosely to "laid-backness" and is evident in all aspects of daily life and the Goan people themselves - LP. Goa has a beach for everyone, whether you are an old school hippy, a pill poppin raver, or someone looking for some peace and quiet. After all the craziness and adventure, Cindy choose the latter, picking out a lovely beach hut on sleepy but beautiful Agonda beach, about 20 minutes ride from popular Palolem beach.
... 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 ...
... at the station, we decided to see if we could get to the beach by bus, 25 km away. We could, but it would require us changing buses 4 times. We saw a couple of Germans pondering around the taxis, asked them where they were going and offered to share a cab. The driver kind of dumped us out, and didnt drop us near any accommodation, which seemed customary. We parted with the Germans and made our way along the path, but all we could see was concrete ...
... so excitable and happy. As we got on to the beach the heavens opened and tipped it down with rain, most people ran in to the restaurants but oh no not the indian 'lads on tour' (dressed in matching t-shirts and shorts) they broke out in to crazy dancing. It had us in stitches for quite some time. That evening we wanted to head back to Anjuna as our friend from uni Lucy, had just arrived who was traveling with 2 other girls, Hannah and nat. We all met for dinner and it ...