Swaying palms, white sands and sparkling waters: the three essential elements that attract 2 million visitors annually to Goa’s balmy shores are plentiful in this tiny, glorious slice of India hugging the country’s western coastline and bounded by the Arabian Sea.
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WARNING! Me and my girlfriend got there the 28th of october and the place was a joke!! Laughing Buddha was under construction! Wifi did not function and the electricity got shut down about 2-3 times a day! The guy who was responsible for the place. ... more
no cleanliness in rooms done,bedsheets not changed for three days.single beds are said to be double beds.children are under too much instructions from the owner,terris is crowded with visiter beds.location is good.peacefull.garden and plants are beautifull. ... more
I am going to goa with my friend on 31 oct 2008.from there we will be going to gokarna and then kerala.if anybody is going on this route so that we can split our travelling cost. ...
hiii i want to see all the places in goa... so minimum how many days i will need to spend?? ...
hey everyone!! anybody plan to Goa India? or juz giv sum info bout' dat n travel xperience yah...thx ...
Goa is one of India’s smallest states, but also one of its richest and best educated. It was a Portuguese colony until 1961, for 450 years! We traveled to Old Goa to tour 3 of their churches which are all ...
Posted in MORE SERENITY FOR THE CHAPLAIN AND ME by Swenigale
From Aurangabad, I took a first train to Mumbai where I saw again Rupali and Sonali. Their mother cooked for me and excellent prawns with rice dish and a fish. And I took a second train direction Goa, more precisely Margao. In the train I met other travellers and after a night in the sleeper class ...
Posted in Trip through Asia, from India to Japan! by ChachaInAsia