Varca Palms Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... is always possible when on your own.
2. Opportunities to interact - With other travelers, but especially locals. Alone or with just another person, you can seem more approachable, opening yourself up to all sorts of wanted and unwanted attention. Of course, this is all based on your own level of friendliness and interest, willingness to be open and ability to deal with a range of attention.
3. Opportunities to find ...
... by merchants, but this has not been the case. Apparently farther south of here (about 65km) is the key tourist magnet, with its waterfall and shops. I am happy to be away from the bustle of big cities and quite content to vacillate between refreshing dips in the salty Arabian Sea and laying silently on the sand in the sun listening to crashing waves.
Coming off the "working man's tour of southern India," it has been fun to see middle class Indians enjoying themselves ...
Since arriving in Goa a few weeks ago I have been a bit lazy to write like every time we are just hanging out at the beach there is really not much more too it than that. The first beach we went to was Arambol in the north and we spent about a week there not doing much because the first day I got an ear infection from swimming in the ocean and then had to take antibiotics for some days but now my ear is ok. It has been ...
The day started off with having to checkout from Zuri...what a disappointment. We knew that any other hotel was just not going to compare to the Zuri, and our new abode did not come anywhere close. We spent much of the day trying to sort out our Kerala plans with the rest of the family. We realized that India really does work on IST (Indian standard time). We were getting ...
... everyone off their breakfast! Other than silently dancing and chilling out, we have been on a boat ride to see dolphins. We were more successful than the tigers and saw a group of them swimming and jumping in the sea just outside the swimmable distance from the beach. It was great and worth the 5 quid each to have our own boat and 'sailors'. Tomorrow morning we are up early to catch the train to Hampi (which does run on a Thursday!) and hopefully be a bit more ...