Hotel Goan Heritage
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... eating our weight in formaggio, baguettes, and doner kebabs. Now is the time for us to learn about India and its culture.”
After minutes of playing coy, Jahangir finally came clean. The trick being played was that he earned a decent daily wage to drive us all over India. His bread and butter was made from the commission off of products and services we were speculated to purchase. He was directed by the agency to stop at the tourist restaurants where ...
... no more in the building. Eyebrows raised, but, foot forward. I then noticed that there were no hangers and no garbage can. After a length of time 4 hangers were brought, but when I asked about the garbage can the room was looked over twice to make sure I hadn't hidden it somewhere.
Ahh the simple thing as toilet paper. None in the building. Luckily we know these little incidents often happen and had our own supply for a day. Shopping tomorrow.
Not in the best of spirits after a week of sickness, ****** city's, thefts and bed bugs we arrived in north Goa and headed to Arambol beach. We walked for a good hour or so with our backpacks trying to find a decent accommodation to lay our heads and recuperate. We found one the Lotus Sutra with beach bungalows and a guest house. We opted for the guest house believing it to be the best ...
... enough to talk to us. They all love Nat's stretched ear lobes and his mustache finger tattoo here and its a way most people strike up conversions with us. The kids were fascinated. When their stop came up, the whole carriage filed past wanting to shake our hands. They went out one door and all came round again through the other door for round two of giggling hand shakes! All the commotion got two older men interested in us and they moved to sit with us. They were friendly ...
... Ruby is the cheapest (60 rupees) which is the front rows, emerald is the main seating area a good distance from the screen (80 rupees-we chose this option) and finally diamond which is the stalls/boxes for 150 rupees. Emerald was a good choice being in the action with the locals. There were 500 emerald seats available-a big screen but there is only one. No multiplexes here! And they only show one film at a time. The film we watched was ...