Radisson White Sands Resort Goa
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... you time to think through and appreciate what you've done so far. Also, once i leave Goa, it'll mark 1/3 of my time here in India and it was nice to have time to plan a little for the months ahead. My time in Palolem consisted of waking up whenever i felt like it, sun screening up and hitting the beach. I might sunbath or take a dip in the Arabian sea or just walk the length of the beach, stopping in shaded areas and restaurants along the way. I pretty much lived on fruit salads. ...
I've had an interesting couple of days at the resort in Goa. I'm staying at a place called Bogmallo that some colleagues recommended. They had previously come here for an office retreat and had rave reviews. Well...note to self, don't trust the staff in Mumbai. My standards are clearly a lot different.
1. The food is terrible. I was told the seafood in Goa was delicious and I should definitely ...
... the king" - a sugary concoction of ice cream, banana, biscuit & chocolate sauce. I declined to try some and instead nursed some fresh mint whilst staring at the sea to avoid temptation. Overall it was delicious and very cheap, so we gave them a nice tip. It was 8:30pm when we finished and we headed straight for bed since we were both knackered and wanted an early start. We had seen both sunrise and sunset on this ...
... Goa. I’ve now got heaps of recipes and I’m really looking forward to doing one of Grandpa Jase’s famous curries for visitors in the future.
Looking back I’ve enjoyed catching up with the crowd at Café Del Mar for football nights but I would have liked to have found a few more nights like the last night we went to Dylans where we found Northern Soul, Ska and RUBBI$H tunes playing. The crowd in that place look like ...
... along the whole stretch. Given it was Indian school holidays there were quite a few domestic tourists, most of whom came down for day trips, but it was pretty laid back and quiet. Absolutely perfect for us - the sheer number of coco huts that would have been there would have changed the atmosphere a lot - we missed out on a silent disco but no big deal. The beach was ...