Mitaroy Goa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the shelter manager from the UK. I witnessed the reaction of the local people, having been called out to euthanase a dog that had been "bitten". Everybody has an opinion on what the charity should be doing, and shouts about it! The owner was adamant that the previous day her dog had been attacked by the rabid dog and was covered in blood. She screamed at me hysterically, begging me to euthanase it as soon as I arrived. However, according to other people present the woman was not exactly ...
... when we stopped we got out and a gorgeous little boy came right up to Holly and gave her a huge hug! We got home and decided to try to find a Internet cafe, we walked for about 15-20 minutes on the edge of a very busy road until we finally came to a burnt out, falling down store with 'internet access' on a sign out the front. Surely not? We continued walking and eventually stopped for directions, the people we asked told us that ...
... the day train to travel to Goa because we were advised by an Indian lady we met on the Shimla train that it's a really pretty journey. It's 11.30am and so far the views have been pretty boring. We are now running half an hour late. Again, not too bad. I settle down to watch The Marigold Hotel on my iPad. It feels appropriate and by the time it's finished we can have our lunch. It's mid afternoon and we are now running two and a half hours late and ...
We got up real early after practically no sleep again, it's really hard to sleep when someone is honking all night, and then they wake up up to sign a bunch of papers just to make sure you are awake on time to leave the hotel at 10. :)
We were in a surprisingly positive mood though so we packed real fast and took a cab to Vagator, left our luggage at the guest house (we couldn't move in yet since the room ...
... pollution, humidity, lack of rain etc… – yuck! We finally arrived 2 hours late to Panaji City. We got into a taxi from hell that took us to one of our favorite (but not THE favorite) guest house Afonso Guest House.
The owner’s son greets us (this fascinating man speaks multiple languages and has obviously been brought up with wealth and privilege – wow!) and we crossed our fingers that they ...