Sur La Mer

Morjim Ashwem road, Morjim, Morjim - North Goa, India
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Planning to be in goa this christmas and new year. 2010

by aftabbharmal

Guys out there.

if you are planning to be out there in goa. during the end of year. and would like to join us. please get in touch.



THanks.

Re: Planning to be in goa this christmas and new year. 2010

by Donna_in_India

Hi - you might want to check out Travel Buddy at http://www.travbuddy.com/search_google.php?q=Goa%2C+India&cx=001087027826441394888%3Ap6zx7j2vnt8&cof=FORID%3A9#915

Enjoy!

Re: Planning to be in goa this christmas and new year. 2010

by dyinasmith

Hey i am also planing to celebrate my this Christmas and new year 2010 in Goa and defiantly me and my friend keep in touch with you because first time we will go there. And we are planed my Goa trip with the help of this website
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Hope it will be help full for you :)
Marry Christmas and Happy new year in advance :)

Travel Tips for Goa

Postal Services in India

by bkarjee

If you have to send letters/parcesl to overseas, just go to the nearby post office (check the location at your hotel reception desk). You can send letters, packages from this post office (P.O.) to anywhere in the world. In the recent years, the courier service provided by leading service providers like DHL, First flight etc has become very popular and giving the post offices a run for their money. Nevertheless P.O. are still doing a commendable job and are quite reliable and cheap.

Candolim, end of season

by AlBooth

Okay, Goa ain't exactly the undiscovered hippy paradise that it once was. I haven't been at the height of the season, but I've seen pics, they weren't pretty and they didn't look anything like the place I visited. The season winds down at the end of March as the weather heats up in time for the rainy season, but if you want a fortnight's holiday for the price of the Med, you couldn't do any better. My fondest, most striking memories are of the people. You're gonna get a few bad'uns wherever you go, but it's the quality of the good'uns that help me rate a place and I met so many lovely people there. From the urchins selling 'trinkets' on the beach, to the soldier who told us to stop taking photos on the runway (there were signs forbidding that practice everywhere, but he was pretty cool about our blatant stupidity), you'll be hard-pushed to find nicer people.

It's also a really popular holiday destination with people from all over India. The guide books warn against getting your photos taken on the beach, and although there were a couple of odd punters, we met some lovely people who were simply curious about who we were and where we came from.

Sailing everyhwere

by JuanGaitan

Goa in its unique location, a paradise for water sport lovers.

From a small boat to a big touristic one, doens't matter what. enjoy the water.

Take a short trip to see the Goan dolphins. Wonderful experience.

The weather

by BluBluBlu

Like anywhere, theres no hard and fast guide to the weather in Goa. But generally from November to April it will be sunny with temperatures in the 90's. If you go outside of this, particularly in the summer...expect rain. At the moment (July) the monsoons are battering Goa with 8 to 10 inches of rain a day...with flooding, powerlines down etc. Goa can be visited all year around...as long as you appreciate which season you are in.

Women at work

by grandad

Women have a major part to play in the workforce in Goa - you will see them selling from fruit and market stalls, working on construction sites and digging trenches at the side of the roads, often with their children beside them.
Many are said to come in from the surrounding areas to work on behalf of their families - these women deserve our utmost respect.

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Address: Morjim Ashwem road, Morjim, Morjim - North Goa, India