Address: Next To State Bank Of India, Dona Paula, Goa, 403004, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Next To State Bank Of India, Dona Paula, is near Old Goa, Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, St. Cajetan's Church, and Fort Aguada Beach.
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      How are you goin' Goan mate ?

      A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Mar 29, 2014

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      ... of the river Sal. Our general location is somewhat peninsular. The Arabian coastal precinct to the west and a large estuarine (that's river for the non-geographic readers), to the east. We had this beach to ourselves with just the occasional passer-by walking along the beach or pausing / sitting on the few nearby shaded lounges. Ones that we certainly utilised ourselves.

      We met a fellow who now imports Australian wine into India: he lives in Mumbai and comes ...


      A travel blog entry by mdavidge on Dec 23, 2013

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      ... goodness and then a short stroll to the beach. Tropical paradise ensued. Lush. Large kingfisher £1. Sweet Had a lovely day strolling up and down the beach, visiting curlies and chatting to two guys called simon and mark who are from palolem where we are off to next. It sounds like it going to be good there! Watched the sun go down, headed back to the German bakery for dinner and an early one. Very nice relaxing day ...

      Beginning of first times - Goa/India

      A travel blog entry by missywanderlust on Aug 22, 2013

      20 photos

      ... I found out during the rest of the day. The next days were filled food and sights. As Goa has only been part of India for about 40 years the influences of the old ruler, Portugal, are still visible everywhere. Old cathedrals in the jungle, little houses with Portuguese style porches, street names and even signs in the typical Portuguese tiles including the blue drawings. The names of the people range from Albuquerque (apparently typical Portuguese) to Singh. Sometimes it is ...


      A travel blog entry by dphilips on Mar 06, 2013

      ... why not. Well he showed up and we spent 3 hours talking philosophy and he had one of the most interesting life stories I've ever heard. This guy held my interest! And when you don't, I behave like an ADHD teenager who hasn't bothered taking his Retolin. So top marks Sebastian.

      Now digesting my Barracuda fish meal and looking at the ocean waves in the night is as content as content can be. Off to bed soon methinks.


      Goa - The Land the Portugese Protected

      A travel blog entry by obrienml2004 on Oct 05, 2012

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... left in the simple, trunk-like box with brass hinges and pretty silk siding. Before it, there is a large marble monument which was easy to confuse at the Saint’s resting place. The actual is far simpler.

      Also had a blast at Mapusa Friday Market, the biggest market day here. This local shopping scene is jam-packed full of produce, fish, trinkets, household items and on. Goans are ...