Maria Rosa Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Maria Rosa Resort Bardez
Travel Blogs from Bardez
... most of the days winding around the mostly deserted beach roads of north Goa on them to explore. Saw an old Portugese fort up in the North and managed to re-injure my knee scrabbling down the hill in flip-flops after lending my shoes to Ben, whose shoes had been stolen by a dog outside the hotel (we even saw the CCTV footage!). In the middle of the day it was generally too hot to do much other than sit in a pool or drink beer, ...
... out at the hotel that had a nice private beach and pool. Jet-lag hit John as he couldn’t get to sleep that night - the 10.5 hr time difference with East coast US started to hit. Tuesday, March 25 The day was spent with a day trip to Goa’s capital, Panaji. It is not a large city but has some interesting sites including the rather spectacular Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, consecrated in 1541. It was a throw-back to the Portuguese occupation of Goa as ...
... br> It was too hard leaving the resorts but we stayed one night and had delicious dinner and morning breakfast. Next day around 9.00 am we took our flight and reach in our home town.
I would defiantly go back to Goa if my friends ready to fly. The hotel staffs and people are very humble and welcoming and make your vacation easy and comfort. Due to the limited period and budget we unable to visit other places of ...
... by the children because today was a public holiday and no one had to go to school. The children all loved to dance, and put on a sort of concert for us. One of the children was a girl of 16 years. She is studying to be an engineer and dances, plays the guitar and the piano very well. She also acts as a mother figure to most of the younger children. All the volunteers were very impressed. Yesterday we saw six women that didn't have any hope at all, ...
... of people that were there. I wanted to explore it, and see what I could find. I ended up getting oranges, an anklet, and a punjabi style shirt. Oh yes! and a jewellery box (carved rosewood). Yes, I really liked the market!
Later that afternoon, after Mark and dad tried on their suits (they had some custom made), Mark and I went to the Spice Studio kitchen, for our cooking lessons. I learned how to butterfly and de-vein the prawns, remove the scales and fillet our sea bass, ...