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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... website, to book tour bus tickets in advance, after selecting the destination and the date of departure. We selected Neeta Travels as the bus operator. Next, we had to book our rooms in Goa. We wanted a resort near the beach with some good water sports and so selected Amoura Beach Resort. After booking our bus tickets and hotel rooms we packed and boarded our bus.
We enjoyed our bus journey by singing ...
... in the local market areas) and perhaps lounging around the pool. We are due to head to the airport just after lunchtime and then journey to Bangalore (Bengaluru). Thus leaving the state of Goa and into Karnataka. A flight of approximately 1 hour. Whilst mentioning flights, we have 4 internal flights overall: flying in India is very cheap. Each of our flights costing about $AUD65. The capacity and style of each of the aircraft is not dis-similar to that we experience in ...
... goodbye. We put Brother Bosco to bed and got picked up by Uncle Maurice's friends, Mr. and Mrs. Breitkopf. (A German/Portuguese/Indian family) We were going to have dinner at their house, we first had some drinks and shared a few stories. Mr. Breitkopf travels to Europe quite often for business so he told us about that, uncle Maurice always has some great stories to tell and we told about our India adventures so far. Very entertaining! For dinner ...
... We managed to get a train to Nasik which was nice, it is about 3 hours from Mumbai so not too long a journey this time, we arrived in the evening and the daughter and her friend came and met us at the train station and took us back to her place via rickshaw. It was so surreal turning up to the house, as we approached the road. I could see loads of young boys there waiting for us, as we drove down the road they ran along side us and watched us as we got out and went into ...
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, ...