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Trip Start Nov 01, 2012
17Trip End Nov 27, 2012
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The Blue Whale
Just about 200 metres before we ran out of land we were beckoned in to the Blue Whale by a lady who was clearly sat by the side of the road to attract any passing punters. I would think that we were probably the first potential punters to have walked that road for days. But we'd found it! And it's stunning! A beach bar built of proper bamboo, fronds etc. Not the Spanish type that would be made out of rolled hollow sections and plastic. [Jane: No offence meant to Spaniards!]
We sat under this shade at the back of the beach with about eight other people and I would say there was no other establishment within maybe a mile
For anyone who reads this that thinks it sounds worth a visit, check out www.bamboohousegoa.com . A guy called Bitu (?) has built about 10 bamboo shacks which are simply but beautifully furnished and are available for round about £30 a night. If you truly want to get away from it all, this could be the place for you. But be warned, it's a 5 kilometre round trip to go and get the bread for your morning toast!
There's always the Blue Whale if you want to save your energy!
Zoom in on the map and turn it to a satellite picture to see exactly where this beach shack and the houses are....