The Country Club De Goa Resort
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... traded for centuries, we visited Old Goa. The huge Portuguese basilica containing the human remains of St Francis Xavier and the cathedral were the two main buildings to admire. Finally, no visit to Goa would be complete without a swim in the sea from one of the fantastic beaches along this coastline. All in all a very good final day to complete the Indian leg of my Asian adventure and tomorrow, I head up to Kathmandu in ...
... In a previous trip to Africa (Mali), I thought I had seen hectic driving, but it was nothing compared to this. After an hour in the car, I got used to it and just put my trust in the driver. Yet, I am still not used to the constant honking on the streets, it is nearly deafening.
We stayed at Vagator beach in North Goa, a notoriously relaxed and non-touristic beach (compared to the bigger beaches like Baga). Our area was great; ...
... on. Next day was our final push to Goa, "It's only 180 miles." Ha,Ha,not with our sat Nav it isn't,on the road for 9am,we thought we'll be there for lunchtime. Carrying on down National Highway 4 we hit the town of Kolhapur,where we turned off the highway heading for North Goa,the roads got quieter and narrower and we were now in the jungle,we stopped for a bite to eat and the silence was profound you could hear a pin drop! We heard rustling in the bushes,was it monkeys ...
... Cup. In Indian terms ..... " we take rest....". It's a pity that the Aussies lost in the last over but we enjoyed the game. Just as an aside, Indian TV is very extensive. We watch a bit of BBC World and CNN. These 2 channels keep us informed and especially bring us up-to-date on the MH370 airline, the Washington mudslide and Ukraine sagas. Both channels have extensive reporting networks in Western Australia with Tony Abbott (" the very well informed and ...
... 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 ...