Of Sunsets and Beaches

Of Sunsets and Beaches

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The land of serenity and beauty;

Of introspection and inquiry.

The land of good times;

Of a place where every street has a story to tell.

The land where hospitality is not foreign;

Of a place where nobody feels like a stranger.

The land that is truly a melting pot of cultures;

Yet each one unique and distinct.

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Enroute Goa

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Bogmallo Beach
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Our Spot on Bogmallo Beach – We discovered this area of the beach on our first day, since the rocks had caught our fancy. PS: The white band at the bottom of these rocks where snails, holding on for dear life.
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Best way to explore Goa – walk!
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A 3KM trek to Suicide Point is definitely worth it, when this is the view!
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Goan Sunsets!

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Food at the local shacks is a compelling reason to put Goa on that “Must Travel To” list. And again.

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As a Pizza Connoisseur, La Tita has one of the best pizza’s I’ve ever had in my life. A close second to Casanova Pizza on Vagator Beach Road.

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Chapora Fort

FUN FACT: This is the spot where the last scene in Dil Chahta Hai was shot. Scenes from ‘The Cave’ by Mumford and Sons were shot here, as well. 

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View from Chapora
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Trek from Chapora to Vagator Beach

“Life is meant to be lived and the world to be explored.”


Photography – Kshaema Susan Mathew

Radhika Vijayaraghavan – https://www.instagram.com/inaseparatesky/ 

Written by Kshaema Susan Mathew

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