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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... s walking slowly along, minding their own business and going about their days chores, pavements are coloured brightly with chalk and powders in celebration of the latest festival and religious happening to hit town, and tree’s merge with brick and enormous banyan tree’s envelope and surround old buildings, proving that tree beats rock every time! The roads here are a real little maze however over the coming week’s we will be exploring them further ...
... chill. My friends live a 2 minute walk to Calangute beach. The waves were strong so not great for swimming but the chair and umbrella was a great way to spend the day! Also there were tons of restaurants and guest houses lining the beach so lots to see and do. Anjuna beach which is where it all began for trance music in Goa. There is also a massive market each Wednesday. It's a maze of vendors trying to sell their goods and trance music playing everywhere! ...
... with him and us, but he couldn't force us to eat and drink more. In one incident, the manager chased him into the parking lot waving our 50-rupee (just under $1) lunch bill, complaining that we didn't spend enough to justify his free meal. “What do you want me to do?“ Jahangir responded to the manager’s rants. We defended him by claiming, “We ate too much for breakfast this morning. We’re Americans. You understand.” We could think ...
... him and pulled him away from the man. We're still not 100% sure what was going on, but it was very weird! Other weird occurrences in the markets included; trying to be sold alcohol and cigarettes, being approaches by other tourists, approached by Indians on the beach, hearing of friends being attempted to be sold drugs etc. The place was a bit crazy, but of you can steer clear from all that it is really wonderful! Bargaining with the Indians ...
Over chai, Kanu was browsing through the paper and noticed that the Sao Joao boat festival was taking place today. We thought we should ride up to Siolim to take a look. The Sao Joao festival started as a Catholic tradition to celebrate St John. There's a number of traditions and rituals, which take place for this festival and I still felt slightly lost at sea even after leaving Siolim and the festivities. Like a lot of experiences in India, ...