The Zuri White Sands Goa Resort & Casino
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... was just the way we like it - uneventful. Our luggage (which we checked but normally do not) was even waiting for us on the carousel! We were off to a terrific start!
The resort we have been staying at is nice (but probably more a 4 star by North American standards) and the guests are all Indian aside from us and an older British couple. Opting for the shaded pool, the Indians avoid the beach until sunset, so we pretty much have it to ourselves during the day. The sand ...
It is already Saturday, one week has passed. We headed off to Old Goa to visit a very famous church, St. Francis Xavier, who brought Christianity to Goa in the early 1400's. the church was beautiful and still remains so after 600 years! There were some markets along the road, where we enjoyed a lovely, refreshing coconut! We also headed off to Margao, which is a little shopping district. So amazing how everyone seems to share the road and not ...
... didn't take us long to find our mojo.
A beautiful tall redhead from Holland moved next door. Maartje (29) who loved to stop by to chat and we ended up having many interesting and meaningful conversations with her. She is a theater producer in Holland and has good head on her shoulders.
Several days later, several young people arrived and she joined them for youthful encounters but still regularly stopped by our place ...
This makes us smile :-)
We negotiated a deal at Romance beach huts on the basis that we will be here a while.
There are cheaper huts with the same facilities but we love our little hut and will squeeze our daily budget (20 pound/1500 Rupees ish) for it.
Besides we are left with Rs 500-800 a day for food and drink and any trips to beaches near by -that's plenty.
... we passed on the way were quiet and resembled the colonial times with beautiful big wooden houses with tall windows and narrow balconies all around. Also on the way we crossed a river in some small rusty boat that carried passengers and motorbikes. Once on Mabor beach, and after a great relaxing meal, we decided to head back to Palolem and to our great primitive hut by the sea.
The 5 days we spent in Palolem were of pure relaxation, discovering on each ...