Travel Blogs from Salcette
... most of the days winding around the mostly deserted beach roads of north Goa on them to explore. Saw an old Portugese fort up in the North and managed to re-injure my knee scrabbling down the hill in flip-flops after lending my shoes to Ben, whose shoes had been stolen by a dog outside the hotel (we even saw the CCTV footage!). In the middle of the day it was generally too hot to do much other than sit in a pool or drink beer, ...
... with the sudden onset of obesity (rivaling the US) and the ever more present cancer rates, once a rarity? There is huge political changes coming, I'm told, elections are in May and polls show it will be a landslide to remove the current party in power. We'll see.
India is is fantastic and I only experienced a sliver. Thanks for joining me , friends.
much Love and Namaste,
Brian and Ed
... hope of a no show, but it doesn't look like there are any no shows today so they have nowhere to sit or stand. And that's before we take into account how many ticketless chancers are amongst them. Somehow I must have managed a bit more sleep but now the ticket inspector is back snapping on the light and demanding tickets from the German lads. Surely he checked these earlier? They have to get up and unpack their rucksacks to locate their tickets. They kindly agreed to ...
... our cooking class that evening. We ended up with a pomfret, prawns (winter special prawns for the area, and a sea bass). Our taxi driver was much more informative than our tour driver the previous day...
Then, Mark and I headed back to Margao, with the rest of the family. We went to the New Market, as Grandpa had suggested to us, and drove past the general area where Grandma would have lived. The market was a really fun experience (for me!). Kathryn and Dad struggled with ...
... a very nice room, attached bathroom. Turns out we are in quite a hippie backpackers place, about the last one left on the beach, all the others looking a bit up market. We soon settle in to the beach life, it is like paradise, its a very protected bay, the sea is warm and calm, walk out of our shack, through the beachfront cafe and into the sea. Kingfisher quarts at £1 a pop we are in heaven. In the evening all ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Paulino Hotel Salcette
Other places to stay in Salcette
178 &179 Pedda, Salcette | Hotelfrom $215
- Not bad, but had better
- Great hotel
- Amazing - most relaxing holiday ever!!!
Betalbatim beach, Salcette | 3 star hotelfrom $40
Teen Murti, Salcette | 2 star hotelfrom $37
Ranwaddo Betalbatim, Salcette | Hotelfrom $39
Adsulim, Benaulim, Salcette | 3 star hotelfrom $15
Mobor, Cavelossim, Salcette | Hotelfrom $46
Mobor Beach , Salcette | 2 star hotelfrom $30
Post Zuem, Betul, Salcette | 2 star hotelfrom $23
House Number 142 Dias Ward, Salcette | Hotelfrom $25
Margao - Colva Road, Salcette | Hotelfrom $13
Churchward, Salcette | Hotelfrom $11
48/10 Adao Wado, Salcette | 5 star hotelfrom $103
Pedda, Salcette | 4 star hotelfrom $56
Rangali, Betul, Salcete, Salcette | Hotelfrom $77
4th Ward,Colva Beach, Salcette | 3 star hotelfrom $13