Mitaroy Goa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... watched some 'local dancing' and then carved up some serious moves to the local classics. Dancing was segregated to men only, couples and women only which was interesting. For us, as became very common throughout India, a fair amount of the time was spent being asked to be in other peoples photos. Local tourists, and locals for that matter loved to have their picture taken with us - the whole family,
then each family member separately, ...
... to Panaji we stopped for beers at a little beach bar and took the opportunity for a few hands of our long-running Gin marathon. There was a somewhat boisterous group of men at the next table seeming to have a lot of fun. Trying not to be too obvious, they would streak a glance at these funny looking foreigners periodically. Just as we were preparing to leave one of them worked up the courage to approach us and ask if he could have his picture ...
... up action men especially as they had huge 1m guns attached to their belts. I remember someone telling me before I came not to Smile at anyone- this is actually quite hard I'm Finding. So I landed in Goa late afternoon and really enjoyed walking through the tiny airport it seemed more like a big house with a gallery landing it was crazy! I rushed to get my bag as I knew domestic terminals usually have open conveyer belts so anyone in the airport can grab ur bag and run! ...
... story! We're staying at the Mayfair Hotel (it's not as nice as it sounds but the people who run it are lovely!) and he tried to tell us it was now called the Mafia Hotel, I mean come on!! Anyway we checked in and then had a walk around the city and took some pics of the Portuguese influenced buildings. A lot of places seem shut so I don't know if Monday is a quiet day here or something but seemed ...
... and coconut palms came into view.
Goa is very tropical and lush, reminds me of PNG and Darwin. We are staying at a guest house called the "julie jolly" complete with a pool and bar. We had dinner at a "Greek restaurant" a welcome change from curry.
Vagator is overrated as far as beaches go. A small community of old weathered looking hippies live here, 'relics' from the 1960's and 70's still zooming around on their scooters and ...