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

    Dolphins and deals

    A travel blog entry by sarahandearl on Mar 27, 2014

    ... was divine earls was painful!! We ventures out for dinner to Fatima's corner. Greek style souvlaki chips rice and tsatskiki and a beer each for £6!!! Also got some black trousers each. We bumped into Molly and Adam in the bar so had a drink and then some shots of rum. Fell into bed ...

    Agra and Goa

    A travel blog entry by jakebutler on Nov 23, 2013

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    ... who was really informative. The Taj Mahal is pretty breath taking when you realise how intricate it is and the king built it for his wife after she had his 14th child with her in only 9 years! Although she saw it throughout the 8 year construction process she died giving birth before it was actually completed and apparently he only went inside once as he was too upset at the loss of his wife. We also got shown Agra fort which was where the ...

    Road trip to Palolim

    A travel blog entry by vagabondtour on Jan 28, 2013

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    ... to drive on. It all makes for an interesting day out.

    This was one of my best days in Goa. It was great to get out and drive through the villages and see some of the countryside. It was a good road and not much traffic. The first stop was the ferry that crosses the river and we did not have to wait long as it was just about to leave. The ferry takes cars bikes, scooters pedestrians. All ...

    The Young Indian and the Sea – A Fishy Tale

    A travel blog entry by jackdrury on Feb 27, 2012

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    ... and then back under the water.

    “Dolphins, yes. Dolphins swim,” Biru may have said, pointing to the sea. “I swim.”

    “You swam with the dolphins, Biru?”

    “Dolphins swim, I swim.”

    When I eventually returned to our cabina, Elenka had all but forgotten about my negative attitude. I kept my thoughts of Biru and the dolphins to ...

    City to seafront

    A travel blog entry by kittyemma on Dec 13, 2011

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    ... opportunity to introduce us to Mumbai’s finest (and Gucci-clad) ex-Pat community… Marginally embarrassed the often-used phrase was "we thought we’d dress appropriately for the slums" – which of course, was our next port of call.

    Everybody probably remembers the scene at the beginning of Slumdog Millionaire with the trains and the pipelines and it was here we were taken for the ...