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... later (smarmy rickshaw driver being
chuffed that I knew I was paying double but couldn’t be bothered with the 20
pence discussion) I made it to the office at about 5pm. Well, an improvement on
the week before!
The rest of the working week was passed
without much commotion – besides a rather hungover Wednesday and my first and
hopefully last bout of Delhi-belly (whether the two are related I don’t know).
On the Sunday I decided ...
This is the best holiday beach we have ever been to. Anyone on our blog would enjoy this place. Palolem Beach in Goa has to be one of the best in the world. You can pick a lounge chair anywhere on the beach, foam mat, umbrella, there is multi-national cuisine from sushi to steak and lobster. They have organic raw food, vegan, vegetarian, non-vegetarian and sea food. ...
... B. A young Indian couple came in the berth and said our names, little freaked out they knew us but realised afterwards that our names had been printed on the charts this time with our berth numbers, I think because I was already confirmed before chart preparation. We got chatting, the couple were from Kerala, but they live in Washington DC, and Seattle before that. They made us seem stupid, he is a computer engineer for a huge company in Albany, New ...
Yet another travel error as we again failed to find our airport-accommodation driver! Its becoming a habit we'll have to shake. So again we sought out our own method of reaching our destination, Palolem. Our driver swerved all over the place, even more than is usual in India, randomly speeding up and slowing down from time to time. Sarah and I shared a few concerned looks, but in the end we arrived in one piece! ...
... in Vietnam and lacking other options I copied it to Elmi (our phone's credit had expired that morning) and he gave it a try. It actually worked! The owner quoted us a price of RS 40. Elmi pushed his way back to the front of the bus and accosted the conductor with this new information. After some vigorous sulking the conductor agreed to returning half our overcharge. The other half was apparently for “baggage”, which is a colossal ...