Hello, I just want to let you know that you can now see a map of our travels by clicking the new tab at the top of any page, (or, here) It is up to date as of today. Comments and suggestions welcome; enjoy!
Mandrem is another small seaside village in northern Goa. It is still very much in development and although there is one area geared towards tourisim is still quite quiet and toilet roll, for example, is remote outside of the little tourist lane. Most of the more »
Candolim; full of Brits! Candolim was the nearest beach to head to which did not have the reputation for being absolutely rammed with rowdy package tourists and Indian bachelor groups. Instead, we found a mini England. Nearly all the voices we overheard were British, some more »
Our First Stay in a Government Hotel A local bus that soon became overcrowded took 45 minutes to travel the quite short distance to Mapusa. (I don’t think I will ever not appreciate a UK bus ride from now on.) We had decided to stay more »
Our Stay in Goa’s Capital City We arrived at Panjim to our pre-booked hotel and were not very impressed. The room had an excellent view but inside it was finished in 4 different types of vinyl; a different variety on the floors, walls, ceilings and more »
Renting A Luxury Apartment is a Treat! We decided to travel to the village of Benaulim on a whim after hearing it was a relatively quiet beach and ended up staying for a month! We spent the first couple of nights in a guesthouse (run more »
Old Goa: Mostly Churches Our day in Old Goa was full of old churches and chapels. It was what the guides had foretold but not very exciting and Henry does not now want to see another church for a long time. Our adventure started with more »