Palm Grove Cottages

Address: \N, Benaulim, Goa, 403716, India | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on \N, Benaulim, is near Fort Aguada Lighthouse and Ancestral Goa.
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    Travel Blogs from Benaulim

    Palolem Beach

    A travel blog entry by johnsmetana on Feb 15, 2014

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    ... in a children sized kayak clashing on every stroke and my weight sinking the rear. Perseverance pays off in the end and we venture past the small Monkey Island to see the other stunning beaches dotting the coast and a different perspective of the mountains behind the beaches. Dinner was excellent at our bungalows restaurant, offering the large variety of freshly caught seafood from its fertile waters. Nightly entertainment is now joined by mumma pooch ...

    Agra and Goa

    A travel blog entry by jakebutler on Nov 23, 2013

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    ... a picture and to shake our hand like we were celebrities, it was really surreal and kind of cool. We got to our hotel and chilled out for a bit before Kamel took us to his mates restaurant which was tucked away down a side street and only had locals in, the food was really nice and the owner wanted a picture with us too! The next day we were to meet at 6.15 to get to the Taj Mahal to see the sunrise and Kamel sorted out a local guy to show ...

    Road trip to Palolim

    A travel blog entry by vagabondtour on Jan 28, 2013

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    ... line up facing the ramp and as soon as we landed on the other side and the ramp was lowered it was like the start of a race, with everyone revving and accelerating off. The road twist and turns through villages, past farms and coastal forest areas. We saw an abundance of bird life and even monkeys. Most of the houses we passed were very simple places and most of the families survive on a mixture of fishing ...

    Our 10 Day Holiday

    A travel blog entry by hollyandstewart on May 31, 2012

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    ... mostly we got a curry to take out, rice or noodles from the shack and then sat on the balcony with the cards. On our final night we went for a romantic meal on the beach. We waited ages for a table and were quite miffed when an older couple were brought one from inside. Whilst eating our meal, which Stew described as average, another four tables were brought out. Holly did complain but the waiter was rude and told us it wasn't possible for them to get us a ...

    The Young Indian and the Sea – A Fishy Tale

    A travel blog entry by jackdrury on Feb 27, 2012

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    ... delivered hot brew and smiled at Elenka. In the two times that we've been to India neither of us have ever seen an Indian swim. Dolphins don't as a rule come very close to shore. And, although Biru has the English menu items memorized, we cannot converse with him beyond breakfast, lunch and dinner. I said as much.

    “Well that's what he told me,” Elenka said, raising her arms to the ...