Hotel Bougainvillea - Granpa's Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... back to ours to use the loo! Not to mention we can hear the ocean aswell. All for just 800!! So the cheapest and best!! We went back to get our bags from grumpy guts...saying some excuse that we were at the wrong beach and we had to leave!! This time we got a taxi down to Sunset Bar n Guest House! We'd originally planned on staying 2 nights...it's now our 4th day and we aren't leaving till the evening on Wednesday! The family that own ...
We stumbled out of the bus amid cries of, “Last Stop!” It was around six in the morning and we hadn't slept at all. Our eyelids scraped over our eyeballs with every bleary blink. The bus-stop, in Panjim, was largely deserted, but a few locals pointed us in contradictory directions until we found the bus to Mapusa with seconds to spare. This dumped us at another bus stop where we found out that the bus to Anjuna would come in a few ...
... after breakfast. We again headed to the beach but saw a vicious dog fight between some kind of illegal breed of dog and a pet of an Australian father and son. The owner of the dog being attacked was wrestling with the other dog trying to prise open the strong bite he had on his dog. A crowd gathered and people were hitting the dog with any object they could find to help. They finally got him lose but not without injury and I'm pretty sure the owners will ...
... right choice of spending 4 nights here. It felt like we were in a different country! Our time here wasn't as eventful as the other tourist hubs, we spent most of our time relaxing by the beach or our pool. We mainly dined at our resort hotel as it was cheap and clean. Our daily breakfast was sooooo good, we could order so much from the menu that most days Paul and I would have to skip lunch because we were so full!
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... throughout the journey! My favourite moments of the journey by far were the opportunities to hang out the wide-open swinging train doors as we raced through the Indian countryside. Slightly dangerous; yes, but a great exhilarating feeling of the breeze hitting your face as the sun set into the rolling hills around.
Once in Vagator, Goa, the sudden change to the pace of life becomes apparent. This was the hippy part of Goa in the north and was ...