Resort Park Avenue
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... great! Once we settled in though, we noticed a sign on our bathroom door that read "please do not flush tissue down the toilet". Whaaaaa? After verifying "authenticity" of the sign with the cleaning crew, apparently we are to put tissue and other garbage in the bins so we don't clog the drains. A bit weird at first but we quickly got over it, making sure the cleaning staff did their rounds often. Surprisingly, the wifi worked great and was available all around the property, even ...
We then kicked back with some rum and headed to the beach for food. The beach was now well overcrowded as a lot of tours seemed to all use this beach so that was rather disappointing but nevermind. It was still a great day and had good fun.
Now it was time for the final ending to the trip..... A tattoo..... (Sorry mum and dad). It had been ...
... first of all we found our way to Vagator beach, which was further away than Anjuna, but we wanted to see that anyway so it was ok. It was good fun on the scooter been in the crazy traffic and making good use of the horn all the time. The roads were really rough in some places though. After we'd looked around Vagator we found our way too Anjuna, and found a bar to have some dinner and after we'd been sat there a little while Kim and Ming ...
Ouch!! Craig is sunburnt!!!
We decided that we are going to drag ourselves away from the beach and see the capital of Goa, Panaji. We decided to travel there on our scooter this morning, have a look around and try to secure some accommodation.
We set off on the route we found online, it was about 25 km away. Within about 15 minutes we found ourselves on a busy dual carriageway ...
... English normally to us she had quite a good accent. After buying nothing from her shop she continued to walk with us, Laura having a good chat with her and me and Tash being wary of our belongings, wondering why she was coming with us! As soon as we entered a clearing and could see the lake! she said “you come and see my shop” and there was why she followed. As soon as we came round the clearing we were confronted by numerous women and men offering ...