Hotel Goan Heritage
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... 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.
... because the naan bread made up for it! Once we finished we headed down to the cinema and watched an English movie with Ben Stiller, it was about travelling so it actually fitted in quite well, but it wasn't what we were planning to watch. Lunch took a while, so we missed the start of 'Dhoom 3', a Bollywood action movie, without subtitles. Google the name and look for pictures - the poster is a picture of four Indians that are very unrealistically on ...
... Tree had a simular vibe to yesterday's find with arty, homemade homeware, clothes and jewellery with a small studio space and cafe in the front porch. The visit was somewhat surreal with Myles Davisesque music gliding in the background of this very Indian scene. This moment made me smile as I thought of some friends at home, who would want to trade places with me right about now. The other wonderful thing about this place was that the ...
... and I had the most pleasant train ride ever. Seriously….nothing to complain about. It may have been 4 hours late arriving, but if that was the worst of it, we’ll take it!
We were in AC3, which means we were in a car with AC and where we were sitting, at night 3 beds would come out on each side, so each compartment had 6 beds in total. A bit cramped but fine. When we booked our tickets (they sell out so far in ...
... two is quieter. Will we move down to Agonda or stay in Benaulim? That's the big question. In Benaulim, you can stand at the water's edge and see a horizon of beach in both directions. Except for the evenings, when restaurants blast computer generated musical horrors in hope of attracting lunatics. Benaulim is almost certainly the quietest of what we've seen. There's going to be some debate in the Blue Corner's cabina #3 over the next few days.