Avalon Inn

Address: H.No.364 Asvewada Near Mandrem Church, Mandrem, Goa, 403527, India | Inn
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This inn, located on H.No.364 Asvewada Near Mandrem Church, Mandrem, is near Dudhsagar Falls.
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      Travel Blogs from Mandrem

      Farewell, India

      A travel blog entry by nomadictendency on Jan 28, 2014

      3 comments, 12 photos

      ... phoned the beach huts and asked them to call the taxi driver who had driven us to Vasco to see if maybe I had left the card on the seat. The message came back that it wasn't there. So, I decided to phone CIBC in Canada and cancel the card. Shortly after this, while we were eating a very poorly done Pad Thai in the hotel restaurant (Indian versions of Asian foods are popular but usually horrible), I received a message that my card had been found by the cabbie. He had ...

      Indian Reflections

      A travel blog entry by wanderingbish on Jan 19, 2014


      ... were lost however even if it had been understood the offer of food is something one should not snub or reject in India. There were countless of these encounters however the majority came during my bike ride as I was travelling a less trodden path away from the western tourist, staying in hotels that see one or two westerners a year, passing through towns in which a westerner was a very rare site (in one town told I was the first westerner anyone working in the cafe I was eating ...

      Up and away...

      A travel blog entry by sharon1306 on Jan 24, 2013

      ... queue with a board that said Marhaba, which had people who had paid for the service. In retrospect, the queues in the regular lines were not bad and I'm sure they would have accommodated us sooner, considering we had a baby and a sleeping kid. Dubai is very tolerant of children and always offer women with children preference -whether to cut to the top of a queue or get a seat on the metro, as we later found out. So paying extra for the Marhaba thing ...

      Im a "Goa-n" To The Beach

      A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Mar 30, 2012

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... there once I arrived!

      I spent the rest of the day either lying on the beach with beer in hand, reading Shantaram or surfing the wifi cafes looking for a working internet connection. Perhaps the biggest highlight was that evening when I decided to splurge a little on my evening meal indulging in a freshly caught King Fish served with chips and salad. It may have been more than I usually spend on an evening meal but was delicious and definitely ...

      Going solo to Goa

      A travel blog entry by sps5032 on Feb 20, 2012

      ... myself, I still enjoyed the experience of seeing the beach), I walked around random streets for a while and found a gorgeous temple with maybe 10 stories, each story being a room that had beautiful shrines. I stopped for lunch at a brilliant veg restaurant and had the most delicious Indian veg curry dish with roti, and a block of vanilla ice cream (better than Rwanda…all ice cream is…but far short of ice cream in the US or Italy). Afterwards, I continued ...