MTDC Resort Tarkarli
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Travel Blogs from Tarkarli
... 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 ...
... cute dogs, cows and goats wandering all over the joint. It's a very visually stimulating place and hard to feel bored even just zipping around on a skooter trying to find places.
Places we did manage to find are...
-Hippies bar on the Anjuna beach
-Lots of psychedelic clothing shops
-Stalls selling various rugs, wall hangings, lanterns etc
-Mandala Resort, restaurant (good vegetarian options menu ...
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 ...
... picked a beach out of thin air (too early for fishing out the lonely planet) and asked the only taxi driver at the station to take us there; Baga. As it was the ONLY taxi there we were sharing the taxi with an English guy from Divisers called Michael. Nearly in Baga and the taxi driver advised us that the cheapest accomodation there wasn't cheap as the Indian tourists venture there for the start of the monsoon season - we then twigged and realised an ...