Phoenix Park Inn Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... In one of the more snazzier restaurants of this trip so far, while
drinking our coffee and waiting for our breakfast to be served, a sewage truck
pulled up, literally blocking the front entrance of our restaurant. In a matter
of minutes the pungent smell of sewage had filled our restaurant. We were
completely dumbstruck at first (as you can imagine) but swiftly cancelled all
meals, paid for the coffee and ran out of there, having ...
... distressed about and questioning what our money has been spent on. A girl in our group also had an encounter with a member of staff where he attempted sexual assault and resulted in his loss of job. Regardless of the hotel the rest of Goa was quite pleasant and it was nice to finally relax. The first day we just had a lazy beach day, but the second was India's holi festival of colours to celebrate the arrival of Spring. This meant ...
When we had a day at the pool I went to the Pink Parlour & had my eyebrows threaded (well overdue I hear you say) & a pedicure but I resisted the little diamonds in the shape of a flower. And the previous evening had convinced jason to stand still long enough at a road side stall for me to buy 2 anklets. I aim to have a massage as well soon, maybe today as we are going to be at the pool all day. It will give my left side a chance. On the beach the ...
... mehr unter Stimmungsschwankungen. Da ich genug hatte vom geradeaus fahren, mache ich einen Umweg über die Berge an die Westküste. Ich fühle mich super, da ich stundenlang auf guten Belag (selten in Indien) herrliche Kurven in einer tollen Landschaft fahren kann. Am Abend bin ich dann müde und will nur noch ins Hotel. Dies muss ich zuerst noch suchen und mühsam ...
... train wasn't until 5.15 so we had a 3 hour wait in Kulem. There was really not a lot to do there so we got an ice cream and then sat in the cafe where we had breakfast and got something to eat and drank lots of fresh lime sodas and chai whilst watching strange Indian films on a tiny telly in the corner (and then bizarrely Twilight). Finally it was time to go and we got on a swelteringly hot train full of giggling school kids who all wanted to have a look at us, with a ...