Riviera De Goa

Address: Ximer, Arpora, Goa, 403518, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Ximer, Arpora, is near Baga Beach, Candolim Beach, Calangute Beach, and Anjuna Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Arpora

    Calangute, Goa.

    A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Nov 30, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... they soon scuffled away or put their phone down! We have flesh the same as anyone else you know! There's high tides here, Scott was loving the big waves, the little kid came out in him again! We went for food in the evening, our hotel doesn't have wifi so we were searching for a restaurant with wifi to look for accommodation and FaceTime home, we couldn't find one anywhere! We couldn't believe it because it's such a seller to get people in to the restaurant. ...

    Day 16! Kids, sightseeing and families

    A travel blog entry by mvr-miriam on Jan 21, 2014

    6 photos

    ... go at it! Haha! Clíona went of a slide and Miriam climbed a climbing rack. Such kids! Now it was time to get to the harbour we saw the men working down there. But some time ago a famous story took place there, which has all been put in to a film now called the Sea wolves. It's about the british wanting to attack a German ship during the second world war and got Indian men to it for them. (You can google it to get the whole story) On our trip towards old goa we passed a ...

    And we are off! (clever enough title, travelpod?)

    A travel blog entry by sharon1306 on Apr 23, 2013

    2 photos

    Day 1. Tuesday. 23rd April 2013.

    The morning was utter chaos, trying to get everything and everyone organized and trying not to forget anything too important. We had a lot of bags. This time, I didn't bother with the Trunki. We learned from the previous trip that more than Zach, it was us lugging that around once the novelty wore out. We also decided to stick to one place and not move around so much. Its hard changing accommodation with the packing and ...

    Another relaxing day

    A travel blog entry by hanna.jayne on Dec 28, 2012

    3 photos

    ... overhead cables. Closer to the beach the shop keepers are outside trying to get me to come in to the shop more so than other tourists most probably due to the colour of my skin. Sit down in my favourite restaurant, full moon water cafe and watch the sunset while I order. Back to the rubbish situation in India, I don't think I mentioned that on my second day I was laughed at in my face after asking someone where ...

    Doris's Dear Diary - For The Last Time

    A travel blog entry by curryinahurry on Oct 08, 2012

    9 photos

    ... hotel. Well that was never gonna be an obstacle for my driver, was it? No probs at all - we just went the wrong way up the dual carriageway through 3 lanes of heaving morning traffic until we came to a turning in the middle of the road (all coming the opposite way of course) so we could turn and go down the right carriageway, the right way round!.
    Oh India - you never fail to surprise!!!!

    Excerpt Taken From Doris's Diary Copyright 2012