Sur La Mer
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Business Services
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... in between where I was before and am now). I started having a look at other hostels and areas. I found a hostel called Jungle, which had actually been recommended to me by a guy I met at India Gate. It seemed, from the reviews, a bit more lively (even out of season) and perhaps with a little more going on within walking distance of the hostel. I decided to give Morjim and Wanderers another day to see how things panned out.
Until we meet again,
Day 15 : Goa : Calangute to Morjim : 28/9/15
Today is Day 15, but Day 1, the last day but the first.
I was up at 7am, saying my 'until we meet again's' to Sarah and Josie, as they are heading down to do a tour of the South of India, and to Michael and Kate who are, rightfully, having a few days in a luxury resort in Goa before heading home back to Melbourne. I've had such a wonderful time with these people. So glad to have met them. Sarah and Josie have kept ...
... staff. They do all this with smiles despite neither having had time this season to go for a walk on the beach!
The vibe in Morjim is decidedly different from Varca, the first place we stayed in Goa. Off the beach hut property, there appears to be a lot of partying. This place attracts Russians in droves and I am told that the drug trade in Goa is largely run by the Russian mafia. There are a lot of Russian quasi-hippies here. The locals call it "going Goan," as a lot of people ...
... the Israel-Egyptian border, Nigel got through without any hassle but Terrea was held up briefly for no apparent reason. 30 minutes turned into 1 hour which then turned into 2 hours. We had no information about what was going on until a border guard told Terrea that an Iranian person with her name (she has 2 middle names and they were all spelled identical) was wanted in Egypt for drug smuggling. Instantly we knew this was a major issue and might prevent us from entering ...
... our hostel later that day and were all rather tired from the trip. So that evening we headed out for some more quiet drinks. On the way back from the beach walking along past some closed up shops, we encountered some local guard dogs. They were very aggressive and chased us up the beach barking as if they were going to bite. This was rather scary and even the boys were a bit shook ...