MTDC Resort Tarkarli
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Our long jaunt at Palolem had to come to an end, after all there is still plenty more of the Goan beaches to conquer. So we opted to head up to North Goa to see how the other end lives. The hippy side beach town of Arambol was the target. The 3 hour drive took us through busy middle Goa which is home to the bustling major town of Margao. In the mood for efficiency, I utilised the drive time and did some flight ...
... about a 1000 times by what I have narrowed down to a spider, Mal stood on a snake and killed a dog, met some pretty cool locals..... one says his name his Nirvana, but im sceptical :P and sooo far, nothing lost, except my white skin!.
Tomorrow moving on south but still not sure where. we will have to see and will keep you posted.
Wayne & Mal x x x x
With the flight to Goa being 2 hours late, everyone had gone to bed by the time the taxi made the 2 hour journey from the airport (this feels like a lifetime ago, writing about this 6 weeks on!).
The beach hut owner had said he'd send someone who knew where the huts were, as they were not that easy to find, Arambol is a tiny town, with a long old beach..
The driver did not know where they were, but had the owners phone number. Fine I thought. We rang it ...
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 ...
I wasted little time in packing up and heading to Arambol, about 6 towns north of Calangute. It's much smaller than Calangute and has a real Hippie/backpacker vibe going on. There are still the beach huts, but they're fewer and much more laid back. There's also a quiet beach to the north separated by a steep headland. I quickly found a nice guesthouse on the south side of the headland looking back down Arambol beach. Unlike the place I stayed in Calangute, this didn't ...