Tiracol Fort Heritage Resort - Goa

Address: Tiracol, Pernem, Goa, 403524, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Tiracol, Pernem, is near Dudhsagar Falls.
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      Travel Blogs from Pernem

      The South: Anjuna (Goa) and Hampi (Karnataka)

      A travel blog entry by haukimn on Dec 09, 2013

      17 photos

      ... came to an end it was time to start making a move and say goodbye to the people there. I finally got a night bus to Hampi on Monday 16th having previously forfeited a ticket to stay in Goa already

      The ride to Hampi was simply awful. The fact it was one of the older style buses (clean but basically built on a truck chassis) and the terrible roads meant the whole journey was being thrown side to side by sharp turns and jolted by a speed bump or pothole every 5 mins. Result? ...

      Day 13 Udaipur to Goa

      A travel blog entry by estelle.byrne.1 on Feb 21, 2013

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... Bear in mind that this was a very narrow little lane. In the 40 minute period there passed the following: Man with cart- pots and pans - 1 Man pulling cart - empty- 1 Men on foot - 33 Women on foot - 34 (some with baskets on their heads) Boys - 16 Girls - 4 Cows - 3 Vans - 16 Bikes - 5 Tuktuk- 26 Tractor + Trailers - 2 Cars - 10 Motorbikes / mopeds - 172 (all beeping ...

      Goa continued

      A travel blog entry by crosby82 on Sep 04, 2012

      9 photos

      ... changing. My adaptor had blown up about 3 days a go, good luck trying to find one! But having stumbled across the 'treasure chest' at reception (people who have passed through have left stuff they don't need and you can take stuff you want) I found an adaptor that works, result! I just hope they have the same pins in all of Asia and I can get a new fuse when I hit Australia. We were all strolling along, picking our stuff up, calm as cucumbers and ordered ...


      A travel blog entry by indiaelective on Dec 27, 2011

      1 photo

      ... one of the fruit sellers who walk up and down the length of the beach took from the basket balanced on her head (you have to help them get it down to the floor, it weighs a ton! She used a machete-like knife to slice it lengthways and slash it up so that we could take out chunks of it. It nearly ended badly when we all took a break from it and had just settled back down when a swift cow slunk over (nearly treading on my head had I not ...

      Fish Curry in Goa during the Monsoon

      A travel blog entry by sam.lee on Jun 20, 2011

      3 photos

      ... br> The first time I heard of Goa was when I was at uni eating fish curry with good friends of mine, Dave and Snapperhead. I enjoyed cooking curries, so I did some search on the net for recipes, most of it being Goan. Since then, Goa remained on my culinary destination list, with dreams of scoffing fresh scallops, prawns and red snappers on a Goan beach. That dream didn't quite come true. ...