Santo Antonio Hotel

Address: Gaurovaddo, Calangute, Goa, 403516, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Gaurovaddo, Calangute, is near Baga Beach, Calangute Beach, Anjuna Market, and Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre.
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        Travel Blogs from Calangute

        Goa... Land of Allowance. "Looking is free!"

        A travel blog entry by heather.dyce on Nov 05, 2014

        107 photos

        ... It was clear in my mind while walking up to the beach, what my answer was to my friends' question... Ocean baby. All the way, Ocean. The sound of the waves, the smell of the sea. The sun, the surf, the sand... I was home! Lol The next morning, I woke up to rain.. It rained literally all day and it continued for the following two days. Luckily, my friends own a guesthouse and I had a lovely AC room with my own fridge, tv and bathroom. Not a bad way to ...


        A travel blog entry by edinburghb on Jan 27, 2014

        12 photos

        ... on the roads (particularly on the scooter trips we've made where a certain someone thinks he's Valentino Rossi...). Our travel plans were immediately thwarted by the trains being fully booked. We had tried to pre book online but the registration process was infuriating and impossible for non Indian citizens. Instead we opted for an overnight bus trip. We were informed the bus was 'super VIP'. What we got was a bus made up entirely of bunk beds and a tiny galley down the middle. It ...

        Gorgeous Goa

        A travel blog entry by ktthomas on Jan 20, 2014

        116 photos

        ... It is not a long trek, but it is over boulders that traverse up, down and all around and some of the inclines and declines are quite steep. This is where the guide was very good as he knew where the best places to step/walk are. Terry and Shirish made it to half way point and we proceeded on without them.
        The view is incredible. The flow of water is indeed the color of milk.
        After some time we headed back to meet up with Terry and Shirish. They were ...

        Introduction and Our first few days in Goa

        A travel blog entry by porkchopjim on Oct 05, 2013

        7 comments, 7 photos

        ... streets free I guess similar to cats in England. There were also cows everywhere, walking the streets, In the fields, outside houses, just all over. The driving etiquette is to say the least quite interesting and unique, there are hundreds of mopeds and bikes, and everyone just seems to use both sides of the road whenever they feel like it. The horn is used constantly although not quite how you might think. It's not used in rage, more as a notification, when the taxi ...

        Ed's Dongle Dilema

        A travel blog entry by eddyakko on Jan 27, 2013

        7 comments, 1 photo

        ... way home. We do, but surprise, surprise he’s not there. The infant gets him on the phone and I have a conversation that only he understands.

        Ram, our faithful tuk tuk driver, of course knows someone who can help us. He takes us to a store (upmarket this time, built of composite board) where his friend sells dongles to idiot foreigners like us all the time. I detect a look of revulsion on his face as we darken his doorway, ...