It is the time to run away from the shores and come closer to the treasures by visiting ancient architectures which are prepossessing enough to take your breath even in the contemporary world.
Let’s turn our way from the north pole and move towards south Goa. The place is calmer and greenish as compared to North Goa. The area comprises of beautiful ancient treasures in the form of churches which are alluring to the eyes.
Big churches, wide lanes, gigantic trees, and mojo markets are some of the ordinary eye shots of the south Goa which is also known as old Goa.
Old Goa is a hub of many renowned churches so if you are planning to visit Goa, don’t dare to miss the sight of these churches otherwise you will be missing the best dish of the whole meal.
I had been to Immaculate Conception Church, Bom Jesus Basilica and Church of St Francis of Assisi. They are the oldies of Goa which are as fresh as the fragrance of a budding flower. These churches were mostly built in early 16’s and have a pool of history attached to them.
Down the lane of the words, you can see the pictures of the places I had visited.
Also, the Leela beach in the old Goa is one thing you should not miss. The view of the endless water and the presence of hair braid ladies will make you feel cheerful and leave you with deep thoughts.
The lights, small huts, smooth roads and endless greenery are some of the things you will discover in this location. Trees with different shapes took my heart. It felt like everything in south Goa has a story to tell.
Goa gives you the immense pleasure of wearing comfortable clothes. Whatever you wish, you can adorn it happily. The place is as open, fresh and so does the minds of the people there.
The area is away from the beats of loud music and all things are simple here. Although, the food is as decorated and delicious as it was in north Goa.
Bom Jesus Basilica
The Leela Hotel
Immaculate Conception Church