La Ben Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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* Sophie and I have at times found the visible lack of women around unnerving and frustrating. There often seems to be packs of men walking around who although don't act sleazy the constant staring and heckling gets to us!
* the roads are also a constant surprise. What on the map says is a major road ends up being a dirt road full of potholes and takes us 3 hours to cover 50km. Then what we think is a small backstreet road ends up being a brand new wide smooth quiet ...
First night in palolem I went for a run along the beach. Has to be the most beautiful setting iv ever run and with a lot of other westerners around now- I felt really safe. There seems to be a high police presence here too and although the local men stare, they are harmless. Iv heard from a lot of people that they value tourism so much for their own livelihood that the risk of attacking a tourist in anyway is far too high due to the negative press they would receive ...
... br> This entry is a bit like all the other Goa entries, it's a beach! There's only so much you'll want to read about me relaxing in the sunshine drinking nice fruit juices and the occasional beer before you go and read facebook/the guardian website/reddit again, so I'll keep it brief and let the few pictures I took do the talking.
- Christmas day sunbathing! Not eating the horrible christmas ...
... old fort (surprise surprise, Jodhpur has a fort). It was my first time ziplining and I surprised myself in eagerly flinging myself off various cliffs without a hint of fear! I had only later learned from Darragh that usual practice is to wear helmets while ziplining, but, as the locals say, this is India. One particular zipline was over 300m long and we flew with great speed across the fort and two separate lakes. Wow! I have some photos on my ...
... town, but it was a town. So all this time, there was more to this roadstop than I realized! No stores really. The only people on porches weren’t Indian, however. It was too dark for me to really see, and I couldn’t hear well enough to discern any accents.
“Are they Portuguese?”