Kenilworth Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
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... and at 150 Rs ... what a bargain.. He deserved a big tip.
We were happy to find our motorcycle still on top of the stairs. And soon were all loaded up. Sadly, we discovered that our gas tank, which we had filled up maybe 30 km prior to arriving at Om beach, had been drained. We had felt a false security with the lock on the tank. Namaste's security guard came out of the gate and told us ...
... was still less intimidating than feeding the seagulls on Brighton Pier where you have to fear for your soft bits and any body part in close proximity to anything edible.
Palolem is definitely my favourite part of Goa. I was pleasantly surprised. Goa only really happened because Tarrant was visiting and I didn't think she would like India so I figured I'd take her to the least Indian part of the country. Anjuna wasn't really my thing but ...
... Up a really long dirt track. With no shade. No, we really hadn't thought this through ay. Eventually we got to the main road and huddled into the shade. Now what? Just wait for a tuk tuk I guess? As we weighed up our options a woman emerged from a house and asked us where we were going. We told her. She asked us how. We said we were hoping to flag down an auto rickshaw. She pulled out her phone and called her husband who ...
... on catching the train to Hampi which sounds simple but the rail website portal and booking can be quite tricky as it's the largest reservation system in the world - Arrrgh! After much investigation and wasted time whilst in a Goan paradise we decided to pay the extra and let the travel agents do the work.
We had a lovely walk up the beach to the northern end dipping our toes in the Arabian Sea whilst people watching along the way. It's a great mix ...
... our own wee paradise! Our accommodation was a picturesque little beach hut, with its own little hammock out front, in a brilliant forrest maze just off the beach. So close in fact that we wake up to the sound of crashing waves. The complex has two lovely restaurants, provides free water, breakfast, afternoon chai tea and cake as well as the best service you're ever likely to find, and all this for a mere £13 a ...