Ruffles Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Candolim
... of Chinese on tour came rocking up all dressed in yellow polo tops! - everywhere I tell you! Went Out early for food, went to top Nosh restaurant owned by Maggie's hotel that was in lonely planet, that travel bible doesn't get much wrong fair play! The food was so good, and cheap! Went back to the room early and had two beers on the balcony, but that wasn't enough so order room service, don't worry mum it wasn't expensive! 4 beers for £2.50! Wednesday 3rd ...
... in Thivim it was around 6.00. Our option was to take a tuk-tuk to Mapusa and then to take a local bus. The tuk-tuk driver (the first one that we asked) charged us IR 200 to Mapusa or IR 350 all the way to Anjuna. Since we were tired we decided to go directly to Anjuna.
Anjuna wasn’t really what we were expecting because by reading and talking to other travelers we started to picture something like Zanzibar, a really nice beach, white sand, crystal blue water and ...
... take otherwise - I had heard palolem was beautiful and the people I was going with seemed really nice so on 12 th we headed south. I had really enjoyed 'paradise gueathouse' at anjuna, thinking back to my first night I laughed to myself. I remember examining the bed sheets for bugs, triple checking every lock on my door was secure, and being convinced men were looking at me through the tiny gaps through the curtain I was naturally a bit scared on my own in ...
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Back in Delhi we planned to stay a few days and make a day trip to Agra to see the famous Taj Mahal. We had been told by so many people that we really must visit as it was amazing and we were not disappointed.
We have seen so many wonderful places on our travels and were beginning to feel a bit templed and palaced out. However, the Taj definitely did not disappoint. As we walked through ...
... some of his Yoga moves - check out the photo's - they're pretty impressive.
Coming to the end of the 7 days I spend in Arambol, I was starting to become institutionalised. It's so relaxing and easy, I could see myself spending my entire time in India here. But there is so much to see, so I got off my sunbed and started putting together a plan. 1st stop Hampi - based on the recommendation of pretty much everyone I talked to. But that story is for next ...