Travel Blogs from Calangute
We were supposed to get picked up off the Konkan Kanya Express at Thivim station but were not, so we made our own way to Ticlo Resort in Calangute.
Goa is lovely. With temperatures on the beaches which were around 50 degrees, a chilled out atmosphere and a slightly higher standard of living for the locals we had a blast here.
... there aren’t as many people and Indians looking for some money. Goa is very different from the other places we have visited, it has very chilled out relaxed atmosphere and people here seem to (as I would say) go with the flow.
We walked around and had a good look at some of the shops and stalls that were around. Lloyd being a dumbass lost one of his sandals so we were in search of a new pair. One girl thinking we were completely new to India and the prices tried ...
... on the second floor by the mats. When I came down they were leaving already. They left and cynthia and I stayed around at the beach. We laid down on the mats there and saw the old ladies selling cigarettes to tourists set up their shops. We walked a bit and left before the mosquitoes started to bite. On the way back I bought a pair of shorts for 150 rupees. The shorts were small and didn't last much after all. We came back home by bike running from the mosquitoes and ...
... and swam. It was good. Went for kabobs at the same restaurant again.
Today, we took a taxi for a scenic two hour trip to Palolem. This is a beautiful crescent-shaped beach with thousands of palm trees and many beach huts and restaurants scattered along the beach. We could not get into the place we wanted, so we went on to a place called 'Dreamcatcher', at the north end of the beach. What a grand spot. Little huts with thatched roofs, ...
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