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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... this cute little, little doorway, with just a copier in it. I paid for the copy, went back to the phone store, and then, found I was going to have to go to a different store to have my picture taken, plus it would take five days to get the SIM card working. I think I will have more wifi and service in India, so, I said forget it. Security is very tight here. The airport is run by the military. Then, when we drove to my hotel, they searched the trunk and under the ...
... areas full of red and white lotus flowers, rather like water lilies but smaller. We had intended to take photos on the way back but we went home a different way and missed them, but we did see lots of cows, both tethered and roaming wild, as well as pigs rummaging around and workers laboriously preparing the rice fields. We saw rice at various stages of growth as it is a continuous process here. We saw lots of Goan life, if only from the car, and we all enjoyed the ...
... a bikini. As I sat on the shore feeling jealous of Paul swimming in the very warm waters I decided to do like the others and jump in fully clothed! It was quite funny swimming covered up but not as funny as seeing most men wearing their undies as swimmers.
Walking around town we were happy to see that the people were so friendly and inviting. No hassling, no tuk tuks, no ripping off just genuinely nice. We knew we had ...
When we traveled Goa in November we went to over 10 beaches. I was suprised at how different they all were. Anjuna was party central, Arambol was drugs galore and in Candlolim there were more Russians than Indians. Benaulim was our first Goan beach and remained our favourite; minimal tourists, upmarket restaurants and the silkiest sand Ive ever felt. So after Gokarna we treated ourselves to 2 last nights of sunshine ...
... rooms. From this point on it all starts to go a bit pear-shaped with every room we view being a more decrepit and dilapidated version of the previous one, either this is some masterful trick of the owner of Afonso’s or there really aren’t any decent backpacker options in Panjim. Either way we make our way back to Afonso’s with our tail between our legs ready to beg for the room we had viewed a short while ago. Martin had found a fairly decent option for one ...