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... glass and we saw herons, kingfishers and wildlife galore! Not a bad way to see the sunset!
Initially we had only planned to stay a couple days in this city- but ended up staying for 5.... 5 wonderful days of relaxing by the water... we wished we could have stayed longer... but alas... we've gotta get movin and Arombol is another beach in Goa that we've set our sights on.
Thanks tho, Palolem- this will absolutely not be the last time we visit!! ...
... in our last week here and having a "religious" experience. 8) Seeing the most spectacular temples. We observed the most private and intriguing rituals, ceremonies and prayer. 9) Sitting on the beach, with nothing to do but tan our bodies, walk along the water, and wait for our yoga class to start as the sun goes down. 10) Being the only foreigners on the eastern side of India. Having our picture taken on several occasions and then turning the tables on the locals and ...
... More sunset pina coladas (sorry, I said that already)...So there you have it. We loved every second at Palolem beach - it was far more relaxed (due to a quieter tourist season than previous years) and beautiful than expected (think a mix of Thailand palm trees and sands combined with New Zealand green seas). It was hard leaving, though with little than a week left in India and the entire Southern Keralan coast to explore, it was time to get back on the ...
... of basalt, as it is believed, but of grey black talc chlorite schist soap stone. This makes the intricate handwork adorning the walls of the temple still seem fresh, as it is weather ...
... Since then every year on the Magha Shukla Shashthi day the temple authorities invite the Harijans from the Kavalem and honour them by presenting them with Devi's saree, blouse piece, coconut, etc. This custom is being observed for the last four centuries without fail.
During those days, that part of Goa was ruled by a Muslim ruler, Adilshah and his representative for the area was a person called Sardesai, who belonged to the Saraswat community. This gave a sense ...