Carina Beach Resort
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... by the lack of a policeman, construction worker, native american and whatever the hell the others were I was pleasantly surprised by what was essentially a local guy on keyboard playing Beatles covers, although some of the lyrics were a bit off it seemed to fit in with the spelling mistakes on the cafe sign outside.
"Hey Jude, don't make it bad. Take a sad song and make it wetter"
With everyone else seemingly there for a nice ...
... long stay tourist, it is a very easy going place to visit with young children. It is in no way hectic and the only real hazard is the usual cheek pinching which the children are getting used to, or least learning how to literally turn the other cheek. Even the shop keepers and stall owners are not too much on your case and are happy to just chat rather than hassle you into a purchase. It goes without saying that having two kiddies always puts a smile on most ...
... smack one of the guys with a bamboo stick and another stall holder throw a jug of water over one. We then spent the rest of the day on Anjuna beach nice but slightly more busy than Arambol and full of Russians. The next day we took a walk from Arambol round the cliff face to another smaller more secluded beach with a fresh water lake on the beach. And spent the day sunning it and ...
I've gone to the café across the street where they advertise "free wife" (wi-fi) and ordered a cup of masala chai – just the way they do it here in India. That means I have left the house on my own, without the kids or Shaff, but all on my own! This is something that I have been looking forward to being able to but it feels very strange as I haven't gone many places without the kids in the last 3 years.
So we made it! We got here after a very ...
... more Indian food. We ordered tandoori potato- which for me was incredible; a perfectly boiled medium sized spud stuffed with a thick, very yellowy cream cheese, coriander and other herbs, it tasted great. Unfortunately that was the first thing I tried and the rest was fairly average. We had a mutton "rogan gosh" (that isn't a typo) and a chicken tikka masala. Both were ok, but not up to some of the great standards we had seen at other places.. I had been laying off the alcohol ...