Hotel Goan Heritage
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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.
... brightly coloured blue and red boats were coming out onto the sea, there were palm trees that set back from the beach and a random life guard stand to the right. About half a mile down the beach there seemed to be a resort, but where we were there was no one. Later that day I found out it was a beach called Cavelossim and is a resort where the likes of Bill Clinton have stayed. Benaulim itself does not have very much to see, other than beaches. But ...
... and a lovely clubhouse / restaurant in the middle with friendly staff. Run by 3 brothers and one of them is married to a Scottish woman called Lynn - very nice person. There's a path that leads directly to the beach and a great restaurant called Joets! (Yes Don - still there and a fabulous menu!) Tonight though we are eating in the clubhouse - just ordered surf and turf! ...
... juice earlier in the day (which was incredible) so I was panicking that this
was going to be it, Delhi belly, But
luckily after throwing up I felt fine and returned to the others and we chilled
out at Tasha and Danny’s room to watch the end of Masterchef and Grey’s
Anatomy. It was lovely! We checked out the trains for the next part
of our journey as in two days time we want to head to the South of Goa to
Another 12 hr bus ride from the sandy beaches and beautiful people, we arrived in India's largest metropolis without a plan. With a flight that evening, we found a hostel to lock up our bags for the day, and set off exploring the colonial area. I really enjoyed the city, found it cleaner and more inviting than Delhi. But that may just be attributed to the warm weather, tropical feel, and continued high (not that kind) from Goa. Plus the area ...