In Candolim I decided to go to Dona Florina Guesthouse. I walked a narrow foot path for 5 - 10 minutes until I found the house. I had not met any people along the way and at the guesthouse I couldn’t see anyone either. It was closed. I walked back and stopped at D’Mello’s Sea View Home and luckily it was open, at least they had a few rooms open. No rooms with sea view were open in the monsoon season. That building was closed and big tarpaulins covered the windows and balconies.
I was the only guest at the hotel and I got a clean room with bathroom for Rs 450 (June 2010). The room had a fan, mosquito net, a cupboard, two tables and a balcony with two chairs and a table. In the bathroom there was soap, towels and toilet paper. As there were no open restaurant nearby I bought a few things for the evening at a supermarket I passed during the day and ate on the balcony.
The moonlight guesthouse/ apartments and it's restaurant was great. we stayed there for 3 months and from customers became good friends with Santana and Theresa. it's in a great location for both the beach and the main road. Best of both worlds, rooms cleaned everyday, linen changed everyother day
The friendlyness of the owners and extended family. food is very good and well presented. nothing is too much trouble.
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