Kenilworth Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
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It was certainly a trip to remember but having
to take the day off as leave, I can say that there are more relaxing ways I
would rather spend my leave.
I’ve been planning to go to Goa for some
time and finding out that the carnival was on the following weekend (14th
Feb), it seemed like a good time to go. This time I booked public transport, a
sleeper bus (literally a bus with narrow bunk beds in it) for the way there and
a flight ...
... suncream because she actually does have the skin of a ginger person.
Fortunately there's lots of bland Western food in Goa if your stomach ties itself into warning knots at the mere mention of a masala dosa so after a long nap we sourced some beans on toast for me to tentatively nibble on, watched a terrible Australian movie that was playing in a cafe and hoped that my intestines would hold out for the whole getting to Panjim thing that had to occur the following ...
... selling jewellery for a living sounds, we will likely be deported before long,
so we really should leave! We’ve spent much money less here during our time
that anywhere else, as we’ve found some real bargains to stay in, plus the travel
we have done has been cheap, so we won’t leave right this moment, but rather
continue for a while longer to help save some pennies and enjoy our last days. Our
room here is £8 per night and so our daily expenditure is ...
... 8211; see picture for evidence! Ha ha! Lunch devoured, and hey presto, before we knew what had happened it was time for a swim back on the beach out into the warm shallow bay waters to see the golden orange sun float down from its perch into the sky and to disappear off into the ocean, ending that day for us and beckoning in the night. You can see why it’s hard to get anything done here now can’t you! Ha ha!
One afternoon we decided to ensure ...
... wrinkleable, and useful for travel. Two pairs of jeans and a quick dry zip hiking pant were the only other articles of everyday pant wear that I’d allowed myself. Past that, I had decided to just buy clothes here. I really had no idea how formal, how western and how much I had to conform to the Indian style of dress and decency. My friend Ali, who’d been here working at Quest year ago had done the same and I followed her example, since there is no way of knowing what ...