Mitaroy Goa Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... all of it- we found the big cities tough and stressful at times, the heat can be very hard work, the people can be agitating and frustrating, the pollution is utterly appalling and the transport systems chaotic. However, it all adds up to an experience like no other- we often felt like royalty with all the smiles, 'hellos' and pride taken to help us out (never losing face is the pride and curse of India!). You can eat and drink well for pennies and for a tenner a night, stay in a ...
... of them. They are surrounded by gardens and lawns.
We saw the most tourists so far on the trip but the churches were not crowded.
It was getting very hot so, rather than standing in a bus, we took a rickshaw back to Panaji, passing old Portuguese houses with alentejo tiles. This was about the only sign that Goa had been Portuguese because there were no signs or anything else in Portuguese. In fact, there was ...
... Dad. I suppose they think the men are more likely to drink?? Or else, it is a custom thing, where they don't talk to young women. (They did harass my mom a bit too). It is very interesting to see women dressed in beautiful sarees going into the ocean. In my head, they are ruining gorgeous fabric! We played around in the waves, and basically had no one around. On the way back to the hotel, we were almost stampeded by cows. It was a bit of a scary sight! Dinner was at the Spice Studio, ...
... in the night!). After dinner we headed to a supermarket where we bought 10 beers before jumping in yet another cab home. We got home and had a beer before heading into Anjuna for our next mission. This was to pick up some Charas. We were stopped by the guy who let us his scooter asking if we wanted any to which we took the risk and said yes. The police proceeded to slowly drive past Sam and I and about 6 suspicious looking Indian ...
... boarding passengers, on foot and motorbike ( and the occasional car) clog up the exit paths for those trying to disembark. An organized disembark-embark process could likely be accomplished in 3 or 4 minutes rather than the 6 or 8 it takes. That's India. Actually this benefited us one night when we were able to run onto the loading ramp just as the boat was pulling away.
We spent one pleasant afternoon at a beach north of Panaji. Took a ...