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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... as he played the didgeridoo at the same time as mixing. It was all a bit offensive, especially when an Indian guy did a full circle of my body, constantly facing me and performing some kind of strange Bollywood dance move. For once in my life I was freaked out on the dancefloor. To be fair, just about everybody from the hostel had made their way down, including our room mates Henry and Gus, a really funny pair of Aussies who sound like they ...
... A beach with no sand? Not too worry, we hired a motor bike to get around the other beaches.
The rest of the beaches we saw, about five or six were all a waste of time. The first one we tried was the busier Baga Beach. The beach itself was ...
... a brick. But there was little else to do so I acquiesced and we walked a handful of minutes to the beach-front. It wasn't as good as any given beach in Western Australia.
The flea market was draped about the remnants of the tourist town like the shawls being sold. We were hounded by offers, “Everything RS100!” and “Last market!” There was desperation in the thick, wet air. My companions seemed gripped by the fear of missing a good deal ...
... a glass-sided coffin. St Francis came to Goa to instil some morals in this 16th century den of Portuguese bad behaviours. The rest of the day was spent chilling in the pool and planning the next few days of our tip including booking hotels and checking whether we had our train seats, which we fortunately did. The alternative was an overnight bus, something we wanted to avoid. Thursday, March 27th We finally got to ride an Indian train. We arrived at ...
... I think more for decoration than anything else. It was super hot so me and Rach decided to go for a swim. The waves are powerful in Goa and knock you down if your not ready with a guarding stance. Rose got badly scratched when a wave hit her to the floor in Anjuna. My sunglasses were also taken prisoner by the sea and I didn't even realise they had gone until I got back to my sunbed. Still in Goa a couple of days later and saying goodbye to some fun times ...