MTDC Resort Tarkarli
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... so much that we decided to stay on a few more days and before we knew it we decided to base our entire stay in Goa here.
Highlights of our time in Goa include 3 fun days on the back of a moped exploring the landscapes and local beaches. It was amazing to ride through rice fields and the ocean roads gazing out at the natural beauty and changing views. Our trip down to Panjim will be forever etched in our memory as the time we had to bribe ...
... down isn’t local and therefore the other drivers didn’t want him picking us up. So after much shouting from two blokes we signalled to the driver to meet us further back in the town and walked off! He got the message and met up with us a bit further along the road. We haggled our ***** off and managed to get a return journey for 1100 rupees for the six of us. So it worked about at about £3.50 each and the journey is around an hour for the return ...
The sand IS white and the water IS blue. I can now vouch for all that you read about the white sands and the blue seas in Tarkarli.
We headed to the MTDC resort for lunch. The location of the place makes you forget the ordinariness and the expensiveness of the food. Its right on the beach, and they serve food out in the open, under the trees from where you see the sand and the sea all the way to the horizon.They have these wooden shacks along the beach, where we chilled till ...
Konkar Road Trip-(Konkan safari)
I am a traveller-not by birth,but by passion.
i try to Travell every 3 months-not to get out of my daily domestic chorus,but to see,explore,discover,learn,eat,and to FIND!!!!
usually we are only 2 person who travell ,but this time i made an exception..
I tried roping in my closest friends to travell with this time..
well i can it ...
Our planned week at Mandrem beach in Northern Goa has now turned into a month. The beach shack we booked is in such a fantastic location nestled amongst a coconut plantation, we have decided to stay for Christmas and New Year, better still it costs us £7 a night!
The place we are at is called Vailankanni (a Christian god), with a fabulous restaurant and fantastically friendly staff. Fresh fish, tandoori dishes and banana lassi (banana and fresh yogurt drinks) are favorites right ...