Ocean's Not Just For Humans. Its Mine Too: I bumped into him while taking a walk on the warms sands of Bogmalo beach in South Goa. Having distanced himself from the human pandemonium, he was making the best of his own space frolicking in the sun and the sea.
If Europe has so much to speak of its veritable bread, we Indians have a humble answer of our own - the versatile Paav. This was taken in the ever busy Madgaon Market of South Goa. It's a given to lose oneself in the labyrinthine market, considering the massive shopping options, but the aroma of... Continue Reading →
Aroma of burnt firewood wafting through quaint villages, houses that are a gift of the Portuguese, bike rides through the long, meandering alley-ways, slower than slow laid-back life and food that'll make you thank your Gods....Well, I can gab on and on. South Goa is mesmerizing, although little bit conservative when compared with its Northern brother. We reached our... Continue Reading →
While in Goa, do as the Goans do! And that's exactly what I did last month on my visit to Goa. Gorged on heaps of classic, authentic Goan food. Prawn Curry with Rice is a comfort food, local culinary specialty and a must-have dish on practically every restaurant menu in Goa. Nothing tedious, nothing fancy and on-your-shelf... Continue Reading →
"Here the welcome is warmer than the weather"...well, it indeed is! This is the tagline engraved at the entrance of Raj Resorts. For us it was a home away from home, a countryside place we city-rats crave for. Situated at a distance of only 15 minutes walk from the crowd-spared Bogmalo beach, 10 minutes drive from Dabolim Airport... Continue Reading →