Hotel La Flamingo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... saw ships on the horizon. We had come all the way around the huge harbour and could see landmarks we had already visited within a day!! It was around 30 degrees and the sun hadn't even come out from behind the clouds yet!!
We had lunch at meninos which means 'baby' in concany. Bellies full with masala,soup, naan, noodles and black forest cornettos we moved onto our next destination! Oh but an Indian lady stopped cliona first for a photo "you are ...
... the staff was very nice about the room issue the previous night. They apologized profusely which was really nice. They also said we could leave at any time. The hotel looked really empty for a sunday. Even the lobby had no one in it.
So finally, we got the bags down, and while I was at reception checking about the car to drop us off, a nice business also checking out asked me what flight we were taking and how many bags we had. He said he had a large SUV and a driver ...
My wife and I had the misfortune to fly from Goa to Singapore on two flights with Air India. At Goa it took over two hours to be checked in by most unhelpful airline staff, and they would not check our baggage to Singapore, but only as far as Chennai. After arriving we collected our luggage and went through the procedure again thinking oh well ...
... India boarder without realising the need for a tourist visa. He had got half-way across the country before a member of staff from a hotel requested his passport. At least he had done his research on India's tourist season. I will never see a man look that happy whilst drinking banana lassi again.
The following day I tried to have a look around Anjuna's flee market but the desperation of the merchants harshed on my potential shopping ...
We took a trip to Mapusa to research my great, great grandfather who was sent by the Portuguese government to govern Goa. His photo on the conference room wall was all we found because the library was closed. Will try again next time.
Only go to north Goa if you must for some reason, like being gawked at by large groups of men, are part of the hippy/cave woman subculture, like dirty beaches. Instead go straight to south ...