Paradise Village Beach Resort
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... feel of a beach town community on national holiday, walked back to the beach near our hotel for sunset, slept, ate ice cream and had wonderful chats to catch up on the last 2 months apart. Lovely start to my 3 month stay in this country of ...
13th Jan - 12th Feb London -> Mumbai -> Anjuna -> Arambol -> Palolem Scooter day trips to ; Vagator, Ashwem, Baga, Calangute, Candolim & Fort Aguarda Panaji (Panjim) and Old Goa The emirates flight was fairly seemless, bar a minor partly unintelligible disagreement. Behind Alex sat a slightly larger German lady who took umbridge at him leaning his seat back. She asked him to move it forward, we thought initially just for the duration of the meal (i.e. when her tray table was ...
... you want to call them... and they were soggy! But it was all on a sizzling plate! All in all the worst meal of the whole Goa trip. Our next meal on the beach proved so much better, but I am fast forwarding. Rewind, where was I.. oh yes...
Our nephew James and nieces Cece and Dianna really go out of their way to spend time with us and take us to fun destinations every time we visit Goa. It is so appreciated and thanks just seems completely inadequate.
... satellite dish, it was really weird. I guess that even though the lived in pretty poor conditions, they probably lived relatively normal lives in terms of going to work and having jobs. It's just there houses were fairly hurredous. We transfered at Mumbai and arrived into Goa around about 3pm. I remember getting off the plane and straight away the air was filled with unique smells and fregrances. It reminded me of getting of the plane at Singapore many years ago. The ...
... issues with sanitation and health (not according to the guide) but it was good to see that education is a priority for most of the families that live there.
Anyway, I stayed for a week and then I went to Goa and lazed around on beaches and in beach huts and ate in restaurants and drank in bars and swam in seas and pools and waterfalls, for 6 weeks, and didn’t update my blog (wifi is not priority in Goa). That was ...