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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      Travel Blogs from Dona Paula

      The 21st and 22nd

      A travel blog entry by deborahh55 on Jan 22, 2014

      ... any easier. Up several times in the night just to relieve the soreness on the body. Living with Mosquitos, flies and other creatures can test one's patience. Longing for a bath that will soak my tired muscles and begin to scrape the dirt embedded in my feet. Balancing the need to keep the fridge going and keep my IPad battery charged. I have to unplug the fridge to plug in my IPod . Having said that I could have been born here and ...

      Arriving in India

      A travel blog entry by cathyhoar on Oct 09, 2013

      ... to India ) and I was even making myself laugh a bit. but arambol was very quiet and all the guesthouse looked closed so the taxi driver ended up taking me to anjuna which he said would be busier and more places to stay. I got to anjuna and found a nice guesthouse for 400inr a night this got me a big room And ensuite a fan... A balcony , hammock and two cats. I was so tired and pretty happy and slept. Today I'm sat in a bar looking out over the sea it's pretty lovely here ...

      Beginning of first times - Goa/India

      A travel blog entry by missywanderlust on Aug 22, 2013

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      ... 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 ...

      Goa day 2 - curlie's, Britto's and club Cubana

      A travel blog entry by ivangui on Dec 20, 2012

      I slept in a bit. After cynthia made breakfast and we chatted with Charlene, Romel and Kim pinto came over. We went for lunch to Anand restaurant for the first time and it was delicious. Charlene had to see their parents for lunch and also went to a place that she said was amazing. She showed us one pic. After lunch, we took our two bikes and started driving, looking for curlie's. Kim was driving and Romel was in the backseat looking at the iOS Maps. I ended up knowing ...

      Mysore, Hampi & Goa

      A travel blog entry by comfortsontour on Mar 10, 2012

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      ... and what our name is, usually as a prelude to saying "please come my shop". We get bored with telling the truth all the time and like to mix things up a bit just to confuse and keep people on their toes, as well as a way of keeping ourselves amused, so today I have mostly been Orlov from Russia, and Mya decided to be Miriam from Mongolia :) we do get some interesting reactions! The best was when Mya tried to convince some guy, in Hindi, that my name was Ajay ...