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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... beach, we are further down today and it was so much nicer, no Indians taking your photo or hassling you. Another beach friend - he doesn't like the Russians either because they're rude. He said he hasn't seen many British people in a while because of the visa fees, whereas Russian don't have to pay for visas to enter the country. He said that there is a new government in charge now or something so they are looking to change the rules with visas and allowing around ...
... us to pay upfront. The mission today was to head to Panjim, the state's capital city. Panjim's heavy Portuguese influence is still very present today, from the amazing architecture and colours of the old buildings, to the spicy flavours they infused into the cities dishes. We had a place organised in a central location close to all the hustle and bustle at the "Delmon" hotel. Arrived to all to familiar tune of passports and photocopies/paperwork. ...
... off, it was the 1st time I had ever driven one and took me some time to get used to it, I wouldn't give up though I was determined I was going to be the best scooter driver, finally it paid off! My body's got a few little bruises on and my hands got some deep cuts which hurt so bad at the time... sometimes I'm a little dramatic and think my nerves in my hand have gone... But I'm fine and it's healing ...
... br> Monsoon is the time when there is no fishing. So there is less of fresh sea food. You can enjoy the local cuisines and there are lot of them out there.
So we discovered this little cozy place called Bob's Inn on the Candolim road. And we started with a pint of beer and crispy chicken. Then we enjoyed king fish in Goan style curry and beef steak in black bean sauce.
... day bag (plus beach towel) to stay the night in Baga- in the northern end of the state. (My train leaves tomorrow night from a town close to Castinello's place in Benualim.) The bus drivers seemed much safer today, one even looking in disgust at the unsafe driving actions of others (including one guy who wheeled his motorbike (sideways to the flow of traffic) into the path of our oncoming bus on a narrow but fast moving road! Yesterday I was confused as to why the ...