Riverside Guest House

Address: Baga Beach, Baga, Goa, 403516, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Baga Beach, Baga, is near Baga Beach, Calangute Beach, Anjuna Market, and Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Baga

    Baga Bonanza

    A travel blog entry by hannahindia on Sep 06, 2014

    5 photos

    ... 5 weeks. Nom Nom it was so tasty, didn't think I could eat so fast, am sure mum would disagree however. The next day we made way for the beach , however became side tracked with tattoo shops, within five minutes of being in the shop Scott had picked his design out and the transfer was being made. I was not so brave however and opted out. Freshly inked Scott and I made our way back to the hotel, where I slept for nearly two days straight, I must of ...

    "Dog" days of India?

    A travel blog entry by martycindy on Jan 31, 2014

    2 comments, 45 photos

    ... ride from the airport to Agonda takes an hour and a half, so not wasting anymore time than we needed we grabbed a cab and headed south along the coastline. They asked if we wanted an AC cab for a few hundred rupees extra - with the sun and ocean breeze, why would we go and do that? Driving along the paved roads with charming Portuguese architecture surrounded by palm trees, I tried to stay awake as long as I could before submitting to my tiredness. As we got closer to Agonda, ...

    In A Lonely Place

    A travel blog entry by gibbslocates on Oct 19, 2013

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... as the trains went through. it gives you an idea as to the enormity of India, that it's more economical to stick your lorry on a train rather than drive it.

    As the hours wore on more and people got on board their trains, always with an excellent bunfight to get on. They all seemed to settle down quite quickly though and you could see people shaking hands with fellow passengers and having a chinwag. Probably ...

    What's Goaing on here..?

    A travel blog entry by twoelusive on Sep 05, 2013

    2 photos

    ... Old Goa was very small (tiny!), full of churches and Indian history - which is anything that happened in the late 1900s. It was a worthwhile visit to see the history, short but sweet. Although, I must say reading about the 17-1900s didn't feel that historic at some points. From reviews we expected Panjim, (the Goan capital) to be a tad more quaint but it was still lacking in any real depth for me. Although I enjoyed wandering the streets and getting a vibe for the place, ...

    Halpin's Guide to India: Part 2

    A travel blog entry by jhalpin14 on May 10, 2013

    2 photos

    ... the point where no one is there, the beach is under the tide for about 96% of the time, everything is closed and the only people knocking about are trying to sell you LSD or weed. So we decided to forfeit a night's hotel fees and head to the more lively Baga area. After being too scumbaggish to get into the Lonely Planet's top choice of hotel here, we subsequently failed at getting into another 4 hotels before finding a very spartan room just by the beach that did the trick. ...