Sandray Luxury Resort, Goa
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Kids pool
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... the temperature felt much more comfortable here - much less humidity in the air making the days easier to navigate. We booked into a place for 2 nights and after a spicy (hooray!) veg kolaphuri, collapsed into our bed with no mattress. After a terrible nights sleep we were woken at dawn by the hotel manager who wanted to ask us a question about our booking papers. Exhausted, we zombie walked the town for the day trying to plan the rest of our trip and work out ...
... just isn't good.
2. I've had serious issues with the electricity in my room. The room itself is not the fanciest but it definitely works as a beachside hotel. But not being able to charge anything was driving me insane! I called down multiple times Sunday and they were unable to fix it. Had them try again on Monday and was finally able to charge my kindle and phone.
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... was quite interesting. The guide explained the three main Hindu deities: Rama – God of protection, Vishnu – God of reincarnation and Shiva – God of mutual understanding & the present. From there we walked up a hill past a temple to Ganesh with a large Boulder carved into the elephant-headed deity. We walked about two or so miles in the heat of the day to the royal monuments. We passed banana ...
... things and move bricks And what not for about 200 rupees a day if he's lucky! Indians are so fascinated by Europeans people because the lighter the skin the more rich and famous you are seen because when they watch hollywood films they see them on there and Bollywood films only have pale coloured actors, and the Bollywood agency is taking in billions per year because it has more ambassadors now than ever before plowing money into it. So Scott has decided he's going to get rid ...
We caught the night train from Mumbai down to the province of Goa where the beaches have a good reputation. We were kindly woken up early by the repeated chants of 'Chai Chai Chai' from the Indian Chai tea men as they walked through the carriage every 5 minutes. Upon arriving at Margao Station we caught a taxi for the 40km drive to a place called Palolem- when we arrived we had no problem finding ...