We're in India during the period from 11 to 21 March 2012. We got room 234 in the 2nd building on the 4th floor overlooking the neighboring property, no balcony. The room is a large double bed, wardrobe, two bedside tables, mirror, two chairs, TV, refrigerator with mini bar (prices are the same as in store), ceiling fan, air-conditioning. Bathroom 6m2, a shower is a funnel sticking out of the wall and a drain hole in the floor, so when we took a shower, the water on the floor, stood on half of the room. Many people with whom we met there, changed his number to the better, we are, in principle, all arranged as came in the room only to sleep. Cleaning in the room: sometimes every day, sometimes every other day, was making a couple of times bed linen with dried drops of blood. There was one case. Newton took a trip to the supermarket in Candolim, bought stuff and brought it all in the room (although by the rules of the hotel, bringing the hotel food and beverages are strictly prohibited!) In general, in-room lay open 500 gram package with pistachios and a packet of peanuts ( just started), two days later we noticed that these packages are virtually empty, perhaps cleaners regularly eat up our reserves. When we called and complained to the guide, the guide said to us that we do not have the right, or what to bring to the hotel and they had every right to withdraw our products, but after this phone call "begging in our room stopped) and come to get out have become much less . Meals: only breakfast, but next time, even breakfasts will not take. Of the meal: scrambled eggs, cereal, bread, toast, butter, jam, fruit, pineapple, papaya, watermelon. There was still some food, but it took only campers there Indians: some gravy, green beans, potatoes ... all terribly keen. Beach: the road from the hotel to the beach Calangute takes about 10 minutes walk, to the left side of the main entrance to the beach, very dirty, rested there once, in the sand goby, debris, etc. We went to the right on the beach close to Bagh, occupied beds in the shack H2 / 0, the food there is delicious food and drinks brought directly to the sun loungers. I liked the fact that when we went swimming, the boy from the shack that sat on a nearby beach chair and watched our things in our absence. The waves are really big, but we rode on them and were happy as children. Local Indians on the beach is really very much, but is not much get away to the right and there are no Indians.
I liked to ride a rickshaw "Tuk-tuk", at first I thought that in this tin can we just got, but when it was sat quite comfortably on the speed of movement is only slightly inferior to the car, at a cost of about Rs 100-150 cheaper than in a taxi. Themselves (by taxi) went to the waterfall Duhdsagar, elephants and spice plantation. Given in all about 4,000 rupees for two people (approximately $ 40 per person), at our hotel this excursion offered for $ 60 per person, and in general on the next $ 95.
In general, the impression of the rest: a complete delight, which is not possible to describe in words, we fell in Asia and hope to return there again and again.
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