The Country Club De Goa Resort
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... problem, as they don't move and are often in very inconvenient places on the street. Cows do not appear to be afraid of anything.
This "tranquil" area of India is still just as hectic as a big city in Canada. I loved being on the scooter, it was a fantastic way to see the sights but not be stuck walking in the 35 degree heat. Some streets are crowded and filled with businesses, cars and people. At other times, the roads plunge into deep jungle and calming shade, ...
... Our hotel is down a quieter end of mandrem, I'm not sure it's the main area, although there are shops and restaurants but our hotel is down a dirt track with no lights. There are more hotels next to it and two or three shops. I think a few Indian houses as well. Shankar hotel seems pretty welcoming and nice though, we were hoping for a high room but Our bad luck gets us the ground floor room... Nice enough though just no balcony or extra feeling of ...
... After this, we asked them about pharmacy in India. We learned that most pharmacists in India chose industry because it is prestigious. The Indian pharmacists feel that they are not well respected in the community setting. We also learned that for most, the choice to go to pharmacy school was a "plan b". Also, most chose community pharmacy because the industry can demand long hours and it ...
... The room has a wide screen TV, a/c, a happy hour balcony, en suite washroom, marble floors and a king size bed. The price of $40 US per night includes a very tasty hot breakfast buffet! After our stay in Bombay, this seems to be the perfect place to refresh.
Okay, we've been sucked into the relaxed, laid back atmosphere of Goa! Three days has turned into seven days, and it could go on! We took a South Goa tour that took us first into Old Goa ...
... then headed of for our first slum visit. The slum is a lot closer to our accommodation than the women's outreach centre, so the drive only took 10 minutes. When we arrived we got 'hello's' straight away. Not many of the kids are shy. We walked upstairs into a roughly made stone room. The room had three mats in it and the blackboard that Holly & I's roommate had donated. We started off with some maths. Plus, minus, times and divide. I was surprised at how well the kids ...