Toor Resort

Address: Mandrem Beach, Mandrem, Goa, 403527, India | Resort
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This resort is located on Mandrem Beach, Mandrem.
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      Mandrem, Goa.

      A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Dec 05, 2014

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      ... because the power went out.. Again. The animal whisperer was following the crabs around today to see where they'd go and see them run down their holes.. He threw a flip flop to see if they would run/crawl what ever they do and he caught one with his flip flop not meaning to hit one, he did try his hardest to see whether he would walk but he didn't so had to put him out of his misery! Aw the animal whisperer has a bad omen on him! Naughty naughty. He ...

      Indian Reflections

      A travel blog entry by wanderingbish on Jan 19, 2014


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      There were many frustration-I think I had one train that left on time, I had a bike that failed to start on most mornings and exchanged many a pensive moment in return for bizarre questions and questionable music from awful speakers-but this is what makes India even more interesting, its predictable unpredictability. I have spoken to numerous people about the draw to India and all ...

      Beach bums

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Jan 11, 2014

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      Not much to report today. We have an early breakfast and walk to the beach. Snorkelling proves pretty fruitless on this sandy bottomed beach although I do spot a small crab. By 11am the sun is heating up so we dry off and head for a cafe for a nice cold drink. We laze around enjoying the beach views over a nice iced coffee.

      Look out...there's a dead body over there, exclaims the cafe owner. Someone has swum out to a big black rock, climbed on top of it and is flat on their ...

      Big cities, ruined cities and no cities

      A travel blog entry by joandluke on Mar 28, 2013

      6 photos

      ... where you visit the incredible ruined city of Vijayanagara. This abandoned city covered a huge area, with many stone structures that once formed a great city. The sun was punishing as we walked around but there were some incredible sights. Our hut we stayed in faced some beautiful paddy fields, providing a pleasant place to swing in a hammock once we'd negotiated the somewhat overloaded boat used for the river crossing.

      Goa came ...


      A travel blog entry by angierich on Dec 02, 2012

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      ... Baga and back and we ran out with about 1km left to, maybe even less. It wasn't so bad, a ten min walk to another shop + 70 rupees and we were sorted. The lady that filled up the first time didn't put the cap back on properly so we might have made it only for that. I had a quick smell of the petrol and i'd say its more of a home brew style petrol they do be selling on the side of the road. No problem for the Honda though. Got back to Molly's Nest and we ...