Sea Breeze Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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We stopped of at this tiny beach where we dropped off our chefs so they could begin cooking whilst we got taken somewhere we could do some snorkeling! Unfortunately it wasn't really snorkeling water - it was very dark and looked rather mucky so couldn't see anything :-( but the staff went off swimming and found some sea urchins which ...
... Panaji we decided to head to the north and got a bus to Calangute a popular tourist spot .Once again we found it difficult to get a hotel however we struck lucky and found a nice place right by the beach which wasn’t too expensive. After unpacking we went to the beach, got a drink in a beach shack and watched the sun go down. It was ...
... and they travelled to Goa for the tourist season to make money. Her younger sister and brother were left behind as they attended school, something she was only able to do for a couple of months every year.
Asking often if I liked the pattern she completed the pattern which ended up looking a little bit like an 11 year old had done it if you looked close enough. Never mind, I finally had my henna!
We went back to Vagator for ...
... sunny side up, chips, baked beans, toast and of course the spicy ketchup! Definitely being sucked into Western ways again!
After an Anjuna local having a right go at a taxi guy that we were talking to (obviously not from Anjuna) for being in their territory (they were like the dogs) we set off on the adventure, for 500IR to squash us all in a van sorta thing for an half hour journey. On arrival we looked at a few shops before settling down at a bar for some ...
... we learnt lessons in the hotel booking game that some prices really are too good to be true....
India is not however without its shocks and its more unwelcoming side. As with any country, there are aspects which aren’t mentioned in the guides and that people leave out of their travel stories. As expected of any country which has high levels of poverty, we expected this to be our main shock. Instead however, it’s fair to say it was more a shock ...