Royal Mirage Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Candolim
... holiday with ever- and they both survived, seemingly mentally intact! Off on my own now, by taxi (kindly arranged by Sorab) off to Thivim train station, I arrived in plenty of time, to find the train was expected to be an hour late! Luckily my previous 4 weeks training had paid off, especially as it was a tiny platform, the only issue was that most trains go to platform one: both ways, so trying to work out which way the carriages were numbered, ...
Today was very straightforward. Chris was up first as he wanted to get to the coffee and internet shop by 9am.
He then spent the rest of the morning planning some of our Japan trip and making a few bookings. Annabelle was feeling better and decided to spend the afternoon on the beach.
En route we were surprised to find an elephant walking down the street near the beach, where else would you see that?
... up of the beach and the quality of the sun beds and the service the shacks offered. We had visited so many beaches that did not have anything at all like this and we could not wait to get relaxing.
As Chris was in desperate need of a back wax Annabelle set about trying to find Calire's – a salon she had been to before, but couldn’t locate it for love nor money. Just as we had given up hope we stumbled across the ...
... starters then mains then more starters then pudding more mains and more puddings. Braynbrooks representing the fatties as usual! Waddling back to our room and back to the giant bed we couldn’t stop talking about how our incredible trip was nearly over. In two nights we would be back in Heathrow airport, 9 months after we had left. But as we would soon find out the next day, maybe it wouldn’t be so easy to get home as we ...
... funnier. It got to about midnight when we all decided to head out. Dave had
gone to bed by then as he was pretty drunk so I woke him up and got him to come
with us. We staggered to the main road to get some taxis to take us to the
beach bar called ‘Curlies’. It was a 10 minute drive from where we were
We all piled into a couple of taxis and made our way there,
all excited and hoping for a party…we got to Curlies but the music had ...