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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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Travel Blogs from Calangute
... learnings. Unfortunately some of these slack hippies need to update their posters as we’ve now twice turned up for a Yoga/Meditation class, and it has been in fact no more! Perhaps the people running these classes have become as slack and as lazy as us, perhaps that’s the blessing, and curse of this beach, who knows, ha ha! Ironically the main noticeboard is entitled "******** information" possibly a jab at the contingency of hippies that invade ...
... Guys shirts were coming off, hands behind head, staring vacantly out to the sea. Girls were messing up their hair, hand on hip and pouting for the camera. It was entertaining to watch. The Nepali guy working at dream catcher would always be asked to take photos, we joked it was his second job. He would roll his eyes at us each time he had to take yet another photo. He said he doesn't like middle class Indians and we could understand it as they kept clicking their fingers at ...
... and having them copy out the word, read it aloud, spell it without looking, etc.. Originally I was going to move between the kids, but I ended up sticking with a group of kids that were the younger/less developed ones, or the poorly behaved children. I used a 'dot to dot' method, starting with the alphabet and moving on to days of the week. The kids found this quite interesting, I don't think they've traced letters like this before. I have my kindergarten ...
... us... It was a very interesting tour.
Then to the Big Foot. Portuguese house (big) & old style village set up.
With a look but a little to long. Hot back to the resort around 6pm.
Tied & feeling the effects of the flu for both of us.
Had dinner in unit & an early night
Confucius say… husbands are like fires… they go out when left ...
... beach to meet our friend Matcho man who once again sorted us out with some sun loungers. It wasn’t until a bit later after we’d been in the sea and come back to get dry that Matcho Man came over and said to us "why you so pale". We had to laugh, it was true, in comparison to everyone else on the beach who were either very brown or very red we stuck out as very pale! We are trying to work on our tan but as neither of us want to get burnt it is proving difficult. The most we ...