Whispering Palms Beach Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
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A quiet Christmas Day in Goa. So special to talk to Soph and some of the family. Thanks everyone for all your lovely Christmas emails - they were so special to get. Home seems a long way away at Christmas time!
We had a lovely breakfast at the hotel, then a nice lunch and a walk on the beach with a drink and watched the sun go down! Certainly a different Christmas Day!
... skills to all the local people. Then, four young boys who were brothers spotted the ball and asked if they could play with it. The boys were poor children who were trying to sell bracelets to tourists. The youngest boy was only 7. They spent a whole hour having so much fun in the sea playing with my ball. Me and Miss Rich bought the boys a pineapple and shared it between them. They were very grateful and all said thank you. It made me realise just how lucky each ...
Just a quick update, had very little internet access so no updates, I've pretty much done nothing to talk about anyway.
But here's a quick insight into India...at the airport unless your quick of the mark someone will be carrying you bag for you, if you don't want them to and you take it back of them, they will still ask for some cash but this is how they ...
... on I'd spoken to the two English ladies who'd earlier witnessed the chunder event. I'd apologised on behalf of Grant, they assumed he was drunk. To this I replied, "Well, yes if you can get drunk on water, I suppose he was". I wish I hadnt bothered saying anything to them. Grant is fine by the way in case you're wondering. He drank more water and slept for a few hours and we had a good laugh about the looks on ...
... issues with sanitation and health (not according to the guide) but it was good to see that education is a priority for most of the families that live there.
Anyway, I stayed for a week and then I went to Goa and lazed around on beaches and in beach huts and ate in restaurants and drank in bars and swam in seas and pools and waterfalls, for 6 weeks, and didn’t update my blog (wifi is not priority in Goa). That was ...