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... the impressive buildings in Goa generally are. It was quite restrained for a Catholic church lacking the gold and stern crucifixes of European based churches. We also visited the Goa museum that provided an informative history of the Portuguese occupation of Goa that only finished in the 1960s after the Indian army liberated the place at the behest of the local people. There were also the usual Hindu statues, as well as some European art from the 16th and ...
... yet, $16 was the fee. Not too bad for a semi nice place. The beach which wasn't too far away, is actually fairly mediocre. Long and boring with messy surf, littered with fishing boats and restaurant shacks as far as the eye could see. With what was our last beach day on this whole trip we enjoyed the last bit of swimming and sun bathing, watching the odd cow coming strolling down the beach for its daily ...
... from the moonlit waves wearing only a pearl necklace. Several tourists as well as locals guided by this myth visit the beach for a glimpse of Dona Paula. The Cabo Raj Bhavan is situated at a scenic spot of Dona Paula. It is also home of a historic British war-graves cemetery. After the end of Portuguese rule in Goa in 1961, Dona Paula became a fashionable residential area and address.
The Basilica of Bom Jesus is located in Goa, ...
... now how chickens feel on their way to the market. I'm sure we didn't book cattle class, anyway we took our bunks, we were both on the second bunk of three opposite each other. We couldn't sit up and were trapped in by our packs at our feet with our day bags near our heads for safety reasons, bring on the 12 hour trip!! We endeavoured to get to sleep with at least 4 people snoring around us, a toddler grumbling, and a baby crying every 2 hours. As the only ...
... snake! As we enjoyed our beach day so much the day before we decided to head back to Anjuna beach for lunch. The fish in goa was amazing and we splashed out and bought a seafood platter which was filled with shark, king prawns, tuna, king fisher, calamari salad and chips. To cool our selves off from the mid day sun we went in to the sea and ended up meeting several new friends. Jenna and Chris (kiwi couple), 3 Essex girls, 4 English boys some of which had been traveling ...