Sterling Holidays Villagio, Goa
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... t miss constant access to social media. It is actually liberating not to be checking in several times a day.
Dragging a buggy across the sand
So we do need our buggy, otherwise Hannah Sofia would never
get her afternoon naps. But what a hazard the sand is! It’s hard work dragging
a push chair with 10 kg worth of baby in it plus our local shopping across soft sand.
An obvious hazard of staying ...
... our photo taken again by the Indian men on the beach especially when only dressed in a bikini and they don't even try to hide what they're doing! We stayed 4 nights in Anjuna before moving to Palolem in South Goa, the main tourist holiday spot so no more random weirdos taking our photos or me having a stand up row on the beach with one who did!
Arrived at our little beach hut right next to the sea in Palolem which was nice, opened the door and walked a few ...
... secluded and quiet beaches. Indians are not a big fan of the Russians at all. They have taken over Northern Goa, which is a big reason why people end up going south. Based on pieces of info we picked up from other travelers and guidebooks along the way we decided to head to Palolem Beach, a relatively central hub beach in the south of Goa. We consistently read and heard that it was one of the best places to ...
... to go find somewhere more comfy to sit and get some breakfast. As Hospet didn’t have much going for we went to a restaurant which was by the hotel we had stayed in the previous night. After looking on the menu and realising it was all Indian food which is not appealing for 8.30 in the morning we ordered orange juice and ice cream. Not a conventional breakfast but it felt like the middle of the day as we had already been up ...
... Vagator, a Northern Goan beach. But sand is all we got as the weather was a bit overcast. Oh well, we were still at the beach and yes it was time to chill. A couple 50 Rupee happy hour cocktails (under $1AUD) and we were set. Vagator was a quiet place with not much to do, but chill. So chill is what we did.
Looking for a bit of a change of pace, we headed to the more popular Goan beach at Palolem. It was here that we ...