Whispering Palms Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Had a nice quiet day at Doms beach shack , , quite a cloudy day. Walked up to middle of Candolim for dinner & we both had tuna fillets with garlic butter. Quite huge ones & only 280 rupees each (£2.89) compared to 1500 rupees for the whole tuna the Other day. Jason just had to order s chilli nan when he saw it ...
Feeling like sardines squeezed in four different impossibly crowded public buses, we arrived in Arambol. Unlike Palolem, it was a little bit of a hike to find the beach from where the bus dropped us off, especially with our ~30lbs packs. We started walking down the beach and didn't even make it to the third beach hut before Bobby from Buddha Village flagged us down. The place had a good vibe, comfy bed, shower and free wifi for 500 Rupees a night - sold! There was a great crew ...
... imposing and very catholic. I then paid 10 rupees to have a look around the archeological museum, which was rather interesting showing how the different sites were resurrected and then some rather self important posters on how important archeology is. There was a interesting selection of portraits of the different Portuguese rulers, who did seem to go though an amazing selection of facial hair! One of my questions was answered in rather ...
... hippie wardrobe: tie-dye garments, Bob Marley t-shirts, MC Hammer pants...I didn't realise that hippie-dom could be so commercial, and it led me to wonder what does it mean to be a hippie these days? If I dread my hair (haha I actually do have one dread in my hair right now with a seashell on the end!), pierce my face and wear badly fitting brightly coloured clothes, do I become a hippie? As one of the Swedish guys put it, 'do you have to be hippie to ...
... be found in the following denominations 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1,000. We bought 3000 rupees for 50.23.
Local Food Vindaloos (spiced prawns, meat, chicken and vegetables) are a local speciality. Sanna (rice cakes steeped in toddy), foogaths (vegetables simmered with coconut and spices) and bebinca (seven layer cake) are a few of the favorites.
The official language us Hindi and English is widely ...