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TravelPod Member ReviewsNirvana Hermitage Anjuna
Great spot with a refreshing pool and a VERY short walk from THE GERMAN BAKERY. Service was very good. Just note that it is located up a bit of a hill so those not in shape may not like the location. For those that like a bit of exercise the pool, view, and breeze are well worth it.
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Goa is one of the first places I head to when I hit India. It is a special place with a personality all of it's own. This as a Portuguese colony and many of the architectural attributes remind everyone that it's history is entirely different. It remains predominantly Christian and was once termed "Rome of the East". Old Goa and the historical …
... you're so ten years ago. And I ******* love you for it!
It's the kind of place where sellers offer you everything from bags and sarongs to marijuana and cocaine, and I have to be forcibly lead away from the big, hippy throw overs with the purple Oms and the incense holders with the little elephants on them, especially when I'm slightly tipsy. We spent our first night making our way down the beachfront and it was messy. ...
... a beautiful beach and plenty of people trying to sell you stuff you don’t want or need. Still, they also sold Kingfisher so we had a good day. We then made our way to a kinesiologist that Zoe wanted to meet. Whilst they were away doing their bit I was sat down with the husband and friend having a bit of an enlightening conversation. It ebbed and flowed but we came to the conclusion that different people travel different paths in life ...
... right season to be fully appreciated.
Two great things did happen whilst we were there though.
... themselves into shoe, jewellery and clothes stalls with abandon. Ragged leather shoes were haggled for. Tarnished “silver” earrings were bought from sad-eyed women. Barely stitched Ali Baba pants were purchased at a “not Russian price”. Shorts were had after a coin flip determined their value. Each item added to a growing shadow over my soul. The endless parade of trashy trinkets were exorbitantly priced to start. Each drop in price meant less ...