Park Palace Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
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... schools and did not have a chance to visit a Bengali medium school. They all were inherently nervous about my visit and did not want me to see a classroom or speak to students. But I was able to have some enlightening conversations. I was quite surprised at how "modern" or "western" the philosophy at one school seemed to be. Even though the school was a relatively low income school their mindset was very much western. However, due to the lack of technology most all of ...
... the first mention of the mysterious festival whispered that she had read about the exact same scam on a travel blog earlier that week. Sure enough, the men then very kindly suggested a number of other hostels we could stay at. Particularly, as this area was very dangerous at night. After a good deal of discussion and insistence, the men ( the second had now joined us in the cab as a 'guide') agreed to take us to our hotel so that we could talk to the manager. ...
... and 4-5 still coming out of the trade and training to make the bags. making amazing leather handbags the women are counselled and supported. This business is called the loyal workshop you should totally google them. Any way we are going to help paint, build and babysit as they work on launching their business website and sales ! The amazing thing about this couple is they are fully based on relationships with the women and their madams ( bosses) they ...
... with the statutes from various temples around India. There were certain distinct styles and periods which were interesting. There was also the Buddhist vs Hindu statues which were quite different. It was interesting to see the change in the Buddha statues from China and Tibet, through Nepal and into India, and when we get to Thailand he will change again. There are differences to the way he looks and how he sits, so in China and Tibet he was a lot more stern and ...
... on the beach, which was unsurprisingly filled with ****** up Brits! We were staying in a beach hut set back from the beach, pretty much next door to. Luke and Bridget, the couple that we had come to meet. The beach itself was very picturesque, it's the type of place that you would see on the front of one of those Thomas Cook brochures with palm trees and white sand, it is one of the most southern beaches in Goa and one of the quieter and unlike North Goa, there are less young Indian ...