Ruffles Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Temple with a small statue of the deity in the lower enclave. The main edifice is under lock and key behind massive metal gates in the main temple so who may lay beyond the gates is a mystery. Maybe Ganesh, maybe someone else. We don't have time to track someone down to find out. Our tummies begin to rumble and we decide to head back to the hostel to make a home cooked meal. On the way to the bus station we ...
... look real so my trip is pretty much paid for. With those 2 purchases I've saved about 245$. Some acid head with banana all over his face told us not to buy them. He was scaring the **** out of all of us because we didn't realize it was not boogers. The kid started telling at him and the kid put up his fists like he wanted the fight. The bum backed off and while doing so took some old dirty sandals out of his bag and presented them to me as a present, I didn't take them. We ...
... this was quickly reduced to 2 nights haha.
I'd arrived in the evening anyway so just slept that night but thought I'd make the most of the day and evening the next day as I wanted to see Old Goa which used to be the capital but everyone fled due to cholera and malaria outbreak in which Panaji then became capital, so now it's just a deserted village to visit really. ...
... back to the preferred Morjim with Sam and JD and they liked it as much as we did. So we spent the afternoon lazing on the beach, took the odd dip in the warm and clear sea and had a stroll along the beach front. We finished our road trip in Baga where we enjoyed a beer and some delicious food (I had a roast dinner, my first since travelling so it tasted amazing, not as good as my mums obviously!) at Brittos, a cool restaurant/bar right on the beach front. Another fun day in the ...
Arambol was our first stop off which is the most northern resort in Goa. The local buses don't really stop so we were practically pushed off the bus whilst people were trying to get on. After walking around with our heavy backpacks we realised that the beach attracted an interesting bunch of travelers. We were outnumbered by older more alternative spiritually inclined types. The rain probably didn't help our first opinions of Goa, we just couldn't believe the forecast to ...