Goa; June’17-Day 3

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Goa; June’17-Day 3

Day 3: More food, fun and rain!

Ever since we landed in Goa, the fun never stopped. By now, we had given up on the Sun and were making plans around the rainy sky. After some of the exploration on Day 2, we had more on the list pending, and we tried to cover as much a possible. We headed to Morjim beach, which was decently crowded.

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Morjim Beach!

Followed by the even serene Mandrem, on the way to way to which, we came across some divine beauty.

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Mandrem Beach!

Next, we rode in the rain to Ashwem Beach, after multiple halts for the heavy rain of course; here we took shelter for lunch at Palasha, which was a beach side restaurant, next to La Cabana.

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Entrance to the retaurant-Palasha!

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Now, we were very late, to wait any further for the rain to stop, so that we could go to Chapora Fort, which is well known for the scenic beauties and a famous Indian movie, Dil Chahta Hai; heavy hearted though we were, we headed back towards our hotel. On the way, we did think of stopping by a good cafe, but either they were closed, or getting renovated 🙁 So we landed at a Cafe Coffee Day…

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CCD to the rescue!
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Frappe’s

And as usual, back to hotel, get fresh, dress up and head for dinner; and today, we had lobster on our minds.

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Loster!
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Gulp!
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Fancily plated

 

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Rain drenched roads! Until the final day in Goa…

  1. There is always something calming and tranquil about the sea even on a rainy day. My spirit is clamoring for some beach experience but we still have a few more months until our next trip. Lovely to read about your travel experience, we do not travel much, but I live vicariously through posts like yours! ^_^

  2. Seems to be you’re going to somewhere relaxing and calm. It is a good thing to just drive away and relax in a place where it’s just quiet and you can think a lot about things. Reflect on life and the purpose. I envy you, it’s been a while since I went on to travel somewhere; even if it’s just traveling to our hometown.

  3. Rain or shine, the tour must go on! hehe. Glad that you still had fun despite the rainy weather. I had my fair share of travel too wherein it rains a lot and it’s really annoying but I had no choice because I’m already there, so might enjoy as well.. right? Also, all the food you posted looks so yummy!

  4. Even with the rain and the sky full with heavy clouds, the beaches of Goa still look wonderful! That lobster looks gigantic! I love lobster but in my country is so expensive to have it for dinner. The milkshakes look delicious as well, a perfect way to relax after a full day.

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