Sukhmantra Resort and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Bought couple of sunhats today as wind had dropped & v hot. We had decided to walk up the beach the other way today towards Candolim. Had intended to go to the end of the main beach but the beach shacks just went on &on. So we walked back picked one to use the sunbeds at. Doms. ...
... although he was a speed Demon.
Rell didn't like it much & was a bit car sick.
Arrived at the resort & surprise it looks okay.
Room, pool & people nice so far. Had a very nice dinner although be it a little spicy.
Drinking a lot of Kingfisher beer (local Indian).
Walk as far as you can see & when you get there you can see further
... everywhere you look but they are for the Virgin Mary, or Jesus or even some obscure saints you've never heard of. All the cars still have stickers of saint's names and little idols on the dashboards. And everywhere you look is a cross or crucifix built into designs of houses or walls. So we headed to the impressive looking 'Our Lady of Immaculate Conception' church to have a look around and take some photos. Outside there are some great steps that make the place ...
... but slightly nervous.
What’s In the News: A few days after the parliament voted to allow foreign investment in retail allowing the likes of Tesco and Wal-Mart to open here, it is being questioned why Wal-Mart’s accounts in the US show a $25million outlay as “lobbying in India”. That is fine except lobbying is illegal here!
India has been named the defecation capital of ...
Delhi alone old delhi
Following a day or two of not venturing too far from the hotel, one of the members of staff there, Javed, was kind enough to take me to the local market in Delhi. This being my first real Delhi outing and the fact that it was not really what I would call a market, it was actually an ok experience! The market was about 1 mile long and we walked up one side and down the other. The street was crammed with people, poor people, not so poor people, rich, ...