Ruffles Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We got a taxi along to Calangute tonight for dinner & a look see. We actually got to see the far end of Candolim as well as we drove down the road. We thought it would make a change & taxi dropped us in the centre but wasn't prepared for how manic it was in Calangute. Traffic like Saigon but with lots more people & smaller roads & masses of small shops & tiny dirty looking cafes. We went in a bar for a ...
Woke early this morning & took in the peace & quite. Read a book for an hour before we went for breakfast.
Had an American breakfast & once again to much to eat.
We are catching up on emails & computer stuff. Going to relax today around the pool & possibly have a massage.
Confucius say… you've seen one shopping center, you've seen a ...
... to spend the day.
We were very sad to be leaving Goa and NOT looking forward to taking a 32+ hour train ride back to Delhi. Everyone thought we were crazy for taking that long of a journey! Everyone had their own story to tell about the train. Either it didn’t show up for 17 hours, or they were never given food to eat, or had to stay up in their bunk for 12 hours, or theft, etc. EVERYONE had their 2 cents to add. ...
... two weeks ago, the night we arrived in Goa. I'd climbed into bed at around eleven listening to British people with bad voices singing Karaoke. Thirty hours on the train from Chennai provided all that was needed for a quick nod-off, though. Two hours later I woke up shivering, put on my long pants, thick woolen sweater and socks. I had the fever.
The following morning, after checking out of the Karaoke place, Elenka and I made our way to the Blue Corner. ...
... arose from bent knee. His state of full dress provided a noticeable contrast to the scantily clad bodies of his new friends from down under. I also noticed this at Chowpatty Beach in Mumbai. Many Indians visit the beach in full attire – long pants and cotton shirts for men and colorful saris for the ladies.
Small-talking with this group, the ...