New Year is coming and Goa is at its sizzling best. As the crowd prepares to step into the New Year, it is time for parties, carnivals, festivities and fun with the beach waves. As we complete our trip in Goa, we also explore ways to cover an extravagant trip without much burden on our pockets. Here’s how you can explore Goa on a shoe-string budget.
The Aguada Fort is one of the places in Goa, that was on my bucket list. Essentially a watch tower, this fort gives a panoramic view of the Panjim city and overlooks the Reis Magos Fort on the East and the Sinquerium and Calangute beaches in the North. The fort is a simple construction from the outside but is lined with tunnels underneath that connect with the waters down below for water supply. The three forts, Sinquerium, Aguada and Reis Magos offer a strong domination over the coastline making the small state an impenetrable one.Continue Reading "Lost In Time- Aguada Fort"
A quite place located 13 km from Panaji, the Sinquerium beach and fort is a place you cannot easily miss out on. An ideal place for the adventure sports, it has a flat coastline, which makes the beach safer to venture out with family too.Continue Reading "Sinquerium Beach-Goa"
Two months back, I had signed up with the AirBnB program when I learnt about the concept of travel hosting. Little did I know that I would be on my way to the west coast of India exploring how it worked! Instead of planning my trip in a conventional way, as I always did, I chose to book my stay through AirBnB. Here is a short review of my stay experience..Continue Reading "My First Experience Of Getting Hosted With AirBnB"