A trip to Goa: Reminisce your memories with me!

The waves of blue water are dearer to me than the view of green hills. Standing beneath the blinding sun that rained down from the sky and looking at the endless water is a view I can die for. And the best of it can be discovered at Goa.

Goa is a prime spot for beach lovers. Beach parties, dancing near water, getting inked in front of water view or just laying calmly on the aqua are some of the perks which you can get if you visit Goa.

The amusing place is majorly divided into south and north Goa. While the south is dominated by churches and trove of the back days, north is all about calm and rough beaches, party places, food joints, and nightclubs.

Today, we are on a tour of north Goa and will take you on the journey of south Goa in next blog post.

First come first, if you visit a place, all you are looking is to explore that place to the fullest and that raises a question about how to travel in Goa. Easiest ways are to hire a scooty/scooter or a car which is available smoothly at affordable prices.

Ranging from popular stretches of Baga and Palolem beach, Goa is rich with beaches. Beachside cafes are one of the best things which I love about Goa. You can eat your favorite dish, sip your favorite drink and read your preferred book or write your journal. The view brings the best of me in me. And I hope it will drive the same for you.

Where to live? If you are going on an affordable trip with friends then there are apartments where you can stay back. +*-/And if money is not a problem then a person can stay back at any of the five-stars hotels or resorts whose location and ambiance amuses your mood.

Clubs like Love Passion Karma and Cubana are my best-loved. Style yourself in a unique way by adorning stylish clothes– dresses, shorts, cool t-shirts, capris, sandoz, bralettes, lingris — are best suited for the beach time. You can opt for anything as per your comfort and mood.

Apart from beaches and trance parties, the pint-sized destination has a lot more in its basket. A kaleidoscopic blend of Indian and Portuguese cultures, spirituality, seafood and cool drinks at affordable prices are some of the rares which are difficult to explore in any other location than Goa.

This small and beautiful place is livelier in December so if you are willing to go to Goa but yet have to book the tickets than December is the best month. You can enjoy all — lights, colors, drama, parties — at once.

Trust me if you visit there, you don’t wish to come back. The air of Goa is different and special.

Here are the pictures of my north Goa visit, stay tuned to know about south Goa.


 

With warmth and love, Tschuss bis zum nachsten mal!

 

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