Santana Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... know where to find the dinky little sandwiches that we'd seen others eating. They keep them on a plate in a big fridge, tiny little white triangles with the crusts cut off. One day its cucumber & today its coleslaw (finely chopped cabbage, carrot etc). Walked up to the middle of Candolim again for dinner to the Lobster pot. Didn't have lobster but J had shark. He ...
... India has these unbend-able rules and callous couldn't-care-less attitude that really ticked me off. I understand this is how things are done. But they could have been a little nicer. Anyway, thank goodness again for the MacLaren, very easy to fold with one hand and light enough to carry and stick in the scanner while carrying a sleeping baby. Zane emerged unscathed even though I was fuming. He was sleeping like the baby he is, oblivious to all the noise and bustle around him.
... bath was definitely something what doctor would order!!! Our local young guide collected our cameras so he could snap a few pix when we where swimming, which was a fantastic addition to the ones I took myself earlier. None of us wanted to leave as the swim was soooo goooood. Eventually though, we had to go back. Everyone was so tired that there was almost complete silence in the car. The driver dropped everybody off at the respective guest houses according to the schedule. ...
... in his bungalow - in sympathy, so did I.
We had a late breakfast, and despite his ailment, he put on such a brave face. What a guy!
Your correspondent may chose, because of the lay back, one-day-follows-another kind of life we'll be leading for the next week, to publish very other day, so as not to bore you with the minutae of ...
There are no flights from Adiapur to Goa, so I took an overnight train (the second class sleeper cabin was no too bad, if you ignored the squat toilet with the rails going by beneath) to Ahmedabad, which is the capital of the Gujarat province/state. My original plan had been to hit the highlights of Gujarat after Rajasthan, but killed that idea when I learned that most of the cool stuff was pretty inaccessible in the amount o time I had, and all of ...