The Byke Old Anchor Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
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... cuisines spread out in huts over the lawn that it didn't feel like a buffet at all. My cousins and their partners arrived on New Years Day, we all spent a great week together. The area, Cavelossim, is mainly for resorts and apartments where retired beer bellied Brits spend their winter, therefore most days were spent visiting the more laid back beaches of Agonda and Patnem. Both beaches are reached by ...
... that consisted of grand pictures of religious figures and Portuguese Governors. John and I are still trying to make out who all the various Hindu Gods and Godesses and their various reincarnations are. We finally managed to book an Indian rail ticket to Hospet (which would enable us to visit the sites of Hampi). It was actually not too bad but gave us an insight into the byzantine world of Indian bureaucracy. First we had to buy a place in the queue to buy a ticket and a ...
Well it had to come at some point but I was thinking that it would be within the squalor and filth of some North Indian City, rather than at a relatively clean and bug free Goa. Suspects are: prolonged exposure to sun, daily intake of mostly spicy food or a mild bug caught from forgetting to ritually handwash. So am spending a day by the air conditioning unit broken by a few spoonfuls of plain rice now and again. I really want to shake this before the tour starts tomorrow as it will ...
... make you wonder a little. We stayed in rather too long and got a bit chilled, which was not good sir Mike who now started feeling cold and feverish. We went back to the bungalow to get ready for a cocktail party, where there were no cocktails, hosted by Sunnil and Shalini. Mike really shouldn't have gone and after a few minutes he began to feel really out of it. Soldiering on for about an hour, I then took him back and got him set up in bed with water, blankets ...
... and getting into the car, which had been standing in the sun without the engine and therefore the aircon running but with the windows open, resembled getting into an oven. The aircon was good though and it was not long before we began to feel its cooling benefit. Our next stop was a Hindu temple built in the 1960's with money donated by a local singer made-good. We had to run the gauntlet of flower sellers as we went in and also had to remove our shoes. A tip ...