Goa: It was all Yellow

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Goa Travel Diaries

Goaaa!!

I call it my second home ‘coz that’s the only place I can think of in India to unwind and relax without having inhibitions… All thanks to my Goan Friends! This post is a compilation of all the 6 trips to Goa I made this year and are bits ‘n pieces of memories gathered there on.

The latest trip of mine just a month back was very short as I had to attend a Trade Show organised by Peter England. The show was ‘aahmazing’ in terms of the collections stocked. The rest of the time I had were spent on exploring stores around the Panaji City.

Interesting facts being that most of the heritage buildings were in colour ‘Yellow’ with beautiful windows and were converted to boutique stores with an earthy touch. This one particular shop I found interesting was named ‘The Linen Shop’ where I picked a few quirky looking home decor items. Also visited Wendell Rodricks store which had some wonderful recycled decor items.

Goa is a wonderful place with lovely places within 30 miles to visit. If you are a party person then Baga, Anjuna, Morjim and Ashwem are a must visit during the season.

If you are more of a relaxed traveller who likes art and architecture then you should visit the Mangeshi Temple, Dandeli, Ancestral Goa Art Museum, Chapora fort, fort Aguada, Basilica De Bom Jesus, Church and Monastery of St. Augustine, Se Cathedral.

If you are a beach bum then You “Must” Visit – Palolem, Colva, Mobor, Vagator, Miramar, Dona Paula, Baga, Anjuna, Morjim, Ashwem. At Anjuna, Palolem and Ashwem you can trek as well.. You can try your hand at Jet Ski, para gliding etc at the Baga Beach (But I must warn you that they aren’t worth the money you pay. ‘Coz I felt Thailand was wayyy bettter than these) :)

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That’s all for now! Do leave me your comments.

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24 Replies to “Goa: It was all Yellow”

  1. Goa seems like such a lovely place. I have a friend going there next year, and she’s quite excited:)

  2. Hey Chaicy
    Such beautiful pictures and I love the layout of your blog! I’ve never visited Goa but I always hear so much about it. Maybe on my next trip to India! What are the must-see’s there in your opinion for someone who doesn’t live in India? And any recommendations on places to stay ? thnx much:) I”ll be back!

    1. Helloo Dee!!

      Thanks a bunch for your comments!!

      Goa is a wonderful place with a lovely places within about 50 miles. If you are a party person then Baga, Anjuna, Morjim and Ashwem are a must visit during the season.

      If you are more of a relaxed traveller who likes art and architecture then you should visit the Mangeshi Temple, Dandeli, Ancestral Goa Art Museum, Chapora fort, fort Aguada, Basilica De Bom Jesus, Church and Monastery of St. Augustine, Se Cathedral,

      If you are a beach bum then You “Must” Visit – Palolem, Colva, Mobor, Vagator, Miramar, Dona Paula, Baga, Anjuna, Morjim, Ashwem. At Anjuna, Palolem and Ashwem you can trek as well.. You can try your had at Jet Ski, para gliding etc at the Baga (But I must warn you that they aren’t worth the money you pay. ‘Coz I felt Thailand was wayyy bettter than these) 🙂

      Do let me know if you need more info 🙂 Would be glad to be of help 🙂

  3. Thank you for your wonderful comments guys!! yes Goa is a wonderful place to visit 🙂

  4. Fabulous pictures of Goa, a place I would love to visit one day. I would follow the relaxed route, and shop where you did. Love the mellow yellow architecture, ann the beautiful photos you took. LOve those owlies, too!
    Thanks for taking me on a virtual trip!
    XX, Elle
    http://mydailycostume.com/

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