Vila Goesa Beach Resort

Address: Cobrawaddo, Baga, Goa, 403516, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Cobrawaddo, Baga, is near Baga Beach, Calangute Beach, Anjuna Market, and Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Vila Goesa Beach Resort Baga

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Travel Blogs from Baga

Goa in Monsoon season...what were we thinking????

A travel blog entry by thepoonanns on Jun 16, 2014

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... where we had bugs fly into our drinks or crawl out of condiment containers and a super spice fish curry which left all our bowels hating us the next morning. Thankfully being a group of 2 nurses and 2 physios in a country where anything can be bought over the counter at a pharmacy, we knew just the right mix of antibiotics to get for about a 1/10th of the price in Australia.

Unfortunately for Jason, his ...

Yoga, chanting and snow storms

A travel blog entry by johneklund on Mar 15, 2014

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... a few stores for necessities, such as toilet paper (which the retreat did not provide preferring you to use the water hose provided – John adds "paper kills, man, water loves – peace man") and a few clothes stalls. Today was also the main day of the Hindu festival of colours. The festival itself lasted a week and often longer in some parts of the country, but this was the main day for throwing paint at each other so we were all warned to wear our old clothes as we ...

Cavala & Fontainhas

A travel blog entry by indiaamy on Jun 23, 2013

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... mixture of rain and air-conditioning which has led to the onset of schniffles- it's weird feeling this way in 30 degree heat. Sunday always being sleepy in Panjim, we headed into my favorite part- the Latin quarter or Fontainhas. The Latin quarter is the oldeat part of town and is a maze of winding alleys and colourful, yet decaying Portuguese houses. We settled for some brunch in an old building, which had been faithfully restored and perused the well stocked book shelf over ...

Halpin's Guide to India: Part 2

A travel blog entry by jhalpin14 on May 10, 2013

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... us to: 'Free Entry for Ladies and their girlfriends and free drinks all nite!!!!!'. Our only experience of the party scene thus far here was when we went to watch some IPL action and were pulled up against our will by some drunk Indians who worked for Microsoft in, just to add to the stereotype, the tech-support call centre. So Gangnam-ing on the beach with about 4 inebriated Indian men has been our limit. BIG STYLE RAVERS.

6) Street vendors:
Carrying on from ...

Part 2: Arriving in Goa

A travel blog entry by rekabliss on Jan 08, 2013

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... to say that I thought we were gonna crash since no ones uses their own lane and just honks to let the other know they are there... Now this combined with the fact that the driver couldn't see **** from the fog on the windshield... I wasn't too convinced of our safety. Adding to my uneasiness was the fact that I saw the weirdest most run down places as well as entire houses that were ...