Sea Shore Beach Resort
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- Free parking
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... he was a dog and leaving the place a mess when they left.
Willem had managed to break his camera by dropping it in the sand so spent a morning in Mapusa to buy a new one. I took the opportunity to walk along the road to Calangute village then on to Candolim and walked back along both beaches taking about 3 hours. I was glad of the exercise, I'd done a few bodyweight exercises but couldn't be bothered to try and run on the beach as I'd be stopped every few minutes with people trying ...
... the road and we arrived at the school he built about 40 years ago. We dropped our luggage and asked for a tour. we met the lady of the house, who's name we will ask how to spell tomorrow. she worked in the hospital around the corner but now cares for the brothers here at the school.
We are staying in the same bedroom Clíonas granny stayed in. Only a fan is needed, the rooms are lovely and shaded.students had already left for the day when ...
... music and jam sessions happening. Just north of Arambol are the deserted Keri beach and Tiracol Fort. It's worth the walk there if you want total peace and privacy.
- Location: North Goa, 32 kilometers (20 miles) from Mapusa and 50 kilometers (31 miles) from Panaji. The closest railway station is Pernem.
... We are enjoying Delhi much more this time around than our first few days here about 3 weeks ago. We are no longer afraid or intimidated. We know what we want and what we need and how to get a rickshaw for a good price. Tomorrow we plan to meet up with our friend Jamie we met in Goa since we’re all in Delhi.
We love India. I can’t wait to come back here again and continue to explore. Man do we love traveling!!!! See you in ...
... remained impossible. At times we did have some nice walks along the beach and tried to focus on our conversation rather than the men and women yelling for our attention. One thing I REALLY didn't like, though, was all the photographs many of the Indian men and women would take of us; whether we liked it or not. Now I'm sure I'm not the only girl out there who isn't at her most confident when in a bikini but MY GOD do these people have no ...