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Old 24th July 2008, 01:43   #1
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I am looking to take a break (sabbatical) from my IT job and spend some time in Goa. Some of the websites like Ownersdirect should options starting from 50 Sterling Pound per week (Equivalent to 16000 INR). What I am looking at is a more economical option, but not cheap at the cost of convenience and facilities.

My question is that has anyone in this forum has availed such facilities at Indian prices. Or do I need to look for typical sea-side Goan rent apartments. I am looking to chill out during this time and don't want outside intrusion and would prefer to have something independent and not like living with a family with a 'Paying Guest' tag. My budget is upto 8-10 grands for a month, no more, no less.

Any suggestions? Place & Budget.
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Place where sam stayed quoted 65 Per day. I called them to make arrangements for a friend who stayed there for 5 days.

Try calling them, might give you better package since you are planning a long stay.
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please share more guys.

I would be interested in the medium term as well. Long cherished dream

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Place where sam stayed quoted 65 Per day.
Pounds sterling? Or rupees?

Im guessing you mean rupees (?) - and if so, im guessing this was also a seasonal deal, being in the midst of the monsoon.
I'd be interested to know what the rates for the same place are in Sept-Nov if anyone knows.

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That was typo.. its 650 per day and yes its a deal up to September [non-peak season]
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The web page of that apartment where Sam stayed in june shows some rs 15000/month as rent. You can negotiate it probably.
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