Joie de Vivre Goa
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... baga beach on a daytrip the next day to see if it was better. The next day came and we decided not to bother with the day trip and just move there the next day as we didn't want to stay at anjuna. We had a nice day though sunbathing, doing a long walk to the southern part and climbing over some rocks and eating good food. We even managed to find a place with wifi to catch up with the world. We heard word there was a beach party that night but it turned out to be a bar open slightly ...
... here but I just haven't got round to it. I've literally just been catching up on my washing, strolling around, having a swim and going to the beach. My former roommate, T, and her lovely Canadian friend have been staying in Goa too so we meet up every evening for dinner and drinks...it's a hard life this traveling malarkey ;) I never got to the South of Goa but apparently the beaches there are beautiful and it's a really nice ...
... yet, $16 was the fee. Not too bad for a semi nice place. The beach which wasn't too far away, is actually fairly mediocre. Long and boring with messy surf, littered with fishing boats and restaurant shacks as far as the eye could see. With what was our last beach day on this whole trip we enjoyed the last bit of swimming and sun bathing, watching the odd cow coming strolling down the beach for its daily ...
... two hours taxi drive south which cost us approximately 18 quid.
Upon arrival in this cute little town we intended to wing it on our accommodation. Nothing booked and we agreed that we would barter with any place wanting us to stay. Luckily we did because there was loads of beach huts to choose from meaning that competition for the 2 white folks to stay in their place was fierce. Good for us and we found a place for only 450RS per night in GUNU's beach side ...
... car with a/c. We were on the lower bunks, with 2 beds above us, 6 people in total. The sheets, pillow, and blanket were provided, and once the train got moving, we, as well as our fellow passengers, got into bed and after the screaming kids shut up, we found it a quite pleasant trip.
I got up early and stood by the open carriage door and watched the countryside pass by. It was very similar to other places we'd been to with jungle turning into ...