Santana Beach Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... It is just not the Goa I had dreamt of. I had heard from friends that North Goa can be a bit hit and miss, so I would do lots of research before you book anywhere. This two week journey across south India has given me a great flavour of the south and is definitely worth doing. The south contains some really special places, brilliant food, balmy weather, ruins, lush landscapes and paddy fields. I had an emotional goodbye to the group as I left them to get my taxi. I really ...
... sauce. Jahangir never reached an agreeable price for the guava - women drive the hardest of bargains in India - but we picked up the most valuable word in our vocabulary since. We now ask for our food to be Hindustani spicy and goods to be given at a Hindustani pricey.
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A few of the scams were caught in action in the clip below:
... up sort of pin balling off a parked tuk tuk. The guy was okay, but he hurt his knee when he flew off the bike and really damaged his bike and the bus!! I was surprised he wasn't hurt more. The driver of the bus just stayed in the bus. Lucky the tourist who got hit had his friend there to help him out and sort out matters. Of course by this stage (as is quite common here) everyone is watching and people have stopped everywhere to see what's going on. Maybe the guy will wear a helmet next ...
... s section and made to pass the still-sleeping-Zane through the metal detectors.
The lady officer said sorry, you have to take him out, fold your stroller, scan it and pass through with him. I looked at her incredulously. So annoying. Not to mention inconvenient and disrupting. I have pushed sleeping Zane through security through Dubai and Singapore with no issues, at both places the security was really nice and waved the hand wands over the stroller so we didn't have to ...
... as I see thousands of fish drying in the sun. Really, who eats dried fish???? I hear a coconut plop onto a tin roof - and check ahead that there are no palms overhanging the road (I'm sure I've heard horror stories about coconuts landing on people's heads). At the beach I am hit with the massive mix of people's ideas of beachwear. An Indian woman (fully clad in sari) walking past looks at my bare shins with scorn, whilst I glance in shock at the breasts of a women who ...