Maria Rosa Resort
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Maria Rosa Resort Bardez
Travel Blogs from Bardez
... br> students do – more the fact that they didn’t seem to have cleanliness
standards. Dirty plates and rubbish was piled up on every free surface.
Following a speedy exit, and the promise to
email (um yeees…?) I ventured back into the heat and jumped on the next bus
that passed. This bus was ornately painted inside and had music blaring. The
young women were amused by my jorts (former jeans cut-offs).
The carnival didn’t start ...
... to revisit my teenage years by smoking a ton of weed through a chillum, essentially a cylindrical pipe made of clay which holy men in India use to smoke their ganja. Here, the activities were a bit more cultured, with our nights mainly consisting of fire poi, and jamming on various instruments round a large campfire on the beach with complete strangers. I Immediately decided I would be staying here a little longer than originally planned.
... have a drink with some Indian boys we met yesterday who seemed nice, not the ones who drove us home. While sitting and chatting to them smoking away we suddenly felt really drunk, kirsty in particular. We did not like being drunk like that in India surrounded by so many men, seeing as the festival is 98%.male its a real cock fest if ever I saw one. Feeling vulnerable was well unpleasant so we decided to go hone. The boys we were with knew something was up and actually left us ...
... and we missed our flight home because we forgot what day it was!Despite coming for a week of chill here every year since we met, there are some things in life which when repeated still give some of the same excitement and fun times, and this place is one of them for us!
We have our own little hut under the palm tree’s in Dreamcatcher, Palolem for a week whilst we work out our next move, and today we rode around the villages and back streets asking locals about the ...
... the counter. Nope...no charcoal..! Walking back to the hut in a bit of a shock to what just happened. I mean...I am not a vegetarian and I know how they have to kill the animals in order for me to eat them but seeing it getting killed like that is just not nice! Poor chicken! Other than that is a very nice beach and I don't mind sharing it with cows and dogs as it all a part of life in India. Beach bumming life in Goa ...