Royal Mirage Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Mirage Beach Resort Candolim
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... swalliws do & landing in a huddle for a while on the sand & then all taking off again. Then all the way back, straight to the pool. Lovely pool. Very warm & if you take your body out of the water for a few seconds & then put it back in it feels hot, hotter than any heated pool I've ever been in. Walked down the road through cavelossim for dinner. Good to have something else to blog about,even I was getting really ...
... karsts rising in the distance around the crescent shaped beach. With such natural beauty comes the attention of many, with beach huts, restaurants, boats for hire and sellers of souvenirs each claiming their own spot of prime real estate. As photogenic as it was, the beach was overcrowded and noisy, with the sand harder and more compact than at Agonda. We definitely preferred “our” beach and the more chill vibe there. With that said, we still loved being in the water ...
... when there was a game on......but it was a rare occurence and not a major problem. There was no slang name for the British.....or at least tht's what was said. When we walked around Goa we were always asked if we would like a taxi...........but one day we saw a drunk heat maddened white guy wobbling down the road..no one offered him a lift. The Goan guy we were talking to said "Russian.....always like this". The ...
... to eat. Most of local restaurants were empty. Not a best sign, I thought but eventually I took a gamble with one of them which was located relatively close to where I was staying. I ordered some local chicken masala and it turned out to be a bull's eye! Delicious! And very nicely priced as well! When my belly was satisfied there was nothing else stopping me from checking out the local beach. And that killed me! As a meter of fact I'm writing this from that very beach at ...
During the past week in Mumbai it had been harder and harder to say goodbye as my friends returned to Australia one by one, especially after how close the group had become while travelling together. As I stood waiting for the bus to Goa, I was alone for the first time, but through the exhaustion of the past month and sadness of my departed friends, the excitement of the unknown started to kick in. On the long bus journey I made friends with a couple of ...