Noons Guest House

Baga Road, Calangute, Goa, India | Lodge
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Family visits and 2 Christmas's

A travel blog entry by emandtim

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... and got dressed we hiked back and took the car to a spice plantation where we had lunch and then got shown around the plantation with a guide telling us about the different plants, how to use them and what they're good for.

For New years we decided to go all in and booked 3 nights at a fancy place right on the little beach named Bogmalo. For New Years eve night they had put on a Gala for everyone at the hotel and they sure had not been holding back. The theme was ...

Introduction and Our first few days in Goa

A travel blog entry by porkchopjim

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... more ignorant to it (and he worries even less then I do which is some feat). We went for a five min walk over some rocks and through streams to arrive at the base of the waterfall. There were a few lovely pools where the water was perfect. Not crazily cold but perfectly refreshing. We stayed there frolicking around for an hour before we had to go back. It was the same journey back and having got there in one piece my mind was somehow eased and the return journey seemed to ...

The long journey home...Goa to Lowestoft

A travel blog entry by franodriscoll

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... deep coma and it was only on the third time of asking accompanied by much shaking of shoulders did he wake up and let me out to the loo!
Arrived to snow everywhere but on time, bags present and correct and just 30 minutes wait for the bus to Norwich to meet Cormac and our final chariot home!
Farewell India - once again my expectations were met and more and I will see you very soon!
Thanks for reading this blog - we will finish it with some general thoughts about India very soon!
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Sun, Sand and a crazy Yoga dude

A travel blog entry by tommy

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I wasted little time in packing up and heading to Arambol, about 6 towns north of Calangute. It's much smaller than Calangute and has a real Hippie/backpacker vibe going on. There are still the beach huts, but they're fewer and much more laid back. There's also a quiet beach to the north separated by a steep headland. I quickly found a nice guesthouse on the south side of the headland looking back down Arambol beach. Unlike the place I stayed in Calangute, this didn't ...

A well earned break from the temples and forts

A travel blog entry by wickens

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... screeching to a halt at the gate. They drive their planes like their cars, which is a terrifying thought.

Our 5 nights in Goa were designed to be a break from all the travelling, especially for the kids who have put up with a huge amount of culture and some difficult places, with hardly a word of complaint. The hotel was a kid-friendly resort hotel, with ...

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This lodge, located on Baga Road, Calangute, is near Baga Beach, Anjuna Market, Calangute Beach, and Ayurvedic Natural Health Centre.
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