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- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Raj Nivas all the way to Caranzalem belonged to the Souto Maiors. She died on December 16, 1682.
Dona Paula was a woman of charity and is known to have helped the villagers and worked a lot for their betterment, so after her death, the villagers decided to rename the village as Dona Paula. Initially the village was called Oddavell.
According to myth Dona Paula is entombed in the Cabo Chapel, the residence of the Governor of Goa and is supposed to be ...
... high fives, and literally hang off the car as it drives away. They're all such beautiful kids. After play time we suggested the toothbrush idea to the teacher, she thought it was a good idea. So after we returned from the slum we organised ourselves and caught the bus into Mapusa again. It was funny because when we got to the bus stop we met the same Indian woman that had been there yesterday. The bus comes every ten minutes, so it was a bit of a coincidence to ...
... commented about how different the boys were (personality-wise). Zane was all hello hello how are you and gave her a hug, while Zach sat in his chair glancing shyly at her. Then we talked about how people here sometimes have no sense of propriety when it comes to queueing or waiting for your turn. It was a crowded day at the airport today. Somehow I've always liked the hustle and bustle of airports, with a myriad of different people and their comings and goings. ...
... bath which they came and filled and added rose petals and essential oils to on one night of our stay as standard. I can't wait until I find a place where I can upload the pictures! They had also provided a yummy chocolate "Congratulations" cake for our arrival. We got a "Happy Birthday" cake the next day for Paul's birthday.
It was super luxurious with it's endless swimming pool, 5 gorgeous restaurants and a beautiful secluded beach. We went for a ...
... sick people. Dogs and various other animals everywhere, food stands right next to sewage and rubbish, local shops selling local produce such as vegetables, sarees, and random things inbetween, next to fixed price named shops like Rebok and Sony. The street had several gaps with busy roads running through and crossing them seemed an impossible task when approaching but once we were there people were crossing with out hesitation and the various types of vehicle had no choice but ...