Resort Village Royale
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... chicken and rice dish) and ice cream for dessert. It was very nice! Andreas (the 10 year old son) had bought a riddle (raadsels) book and done some with us, Uncle Maurice is very good at them! We shared another couple of stories and poor Andreas fell asleep on the couch. We were quite tired as well so after saying goodbyes we got dropped off back at the school. We went to bed straight away, so the blog writing was for the next morning! Xxxx Clíona and ...
... Arambol at the very north, Arshwin and Mandrem which were all similar but all completely different and amazing! Unfortunately today I wasn't feeling too great. Maybe some food or maybe too much sun. We had to cut our trip a little bit short after heading into old Goa to see the Christian shrines left over from the Portuguese empire. We returned to the ...
... funny sitting on a sun lounger reading this book. After hiding underneath our sun umbrellas for a few hours we went back to our room to get ready to go out and have a look around Calungute a bit more. Calangute is a busy over developed town, a bit like Benidorm but with more palm trees. There are lot of crispy red tourists wandering around, mainly constituting of Russians who have had a few drinks. Luckily for us we have a nice room on the out skirts of the town near to the ...
... books and go to sleep. Unfortunately our cabin mates insisted on talking to us about everything and anything. After they had finally got off the train we had the cabin to ourselves, the train was weirdly quite compared to the other trains we have got. We finally got the opportunity just to relax and sleep. 9 hours later we finally arrived in Magao, only 8 hours later than what was expected. To say we were narky would be an ...
... tourism, Goa is predominately agriculture with rice being the main crop. Coconuts, mangos and cashew nuts are also grown.
Marmugao near the mouth of the Zuari River is Goa's main trans-shipment harbor. A natural harbour, it is protected from the monsoon winds and is Goa’s only year-round operational port.
Old Goa is located about 5 miles up the Mandovi River on its southern banks. There are ...