Why Fort Chapora stands out in every Goa itinerary.

Fort Chapora is not something unknown. If you have watched the famous bollywood movie ‘DIL CHAHTA HAI‘ then I’m sure you know what we are talking about here. This movie has a scene shot here which made this fort quiet famous and a favourite must visit place. Fort chapora is situated on a hillock in…

A fulfilling ride to a 350 meter high Chandreshwar Parvat

Hey folks.. Hope life is treating you guys wonderfully. A few days back I went on another of those long rides I absolutely love going on. This time it was to a place situated 350 metres high in the southern part of Goa. I am a mountain person. Mountains have always been special to me….

Seasonal Greetings from Goa- Summer must try!

Come April-May and Goa is on a bloom. Varieties of seasonal fruits bombard the markets. Here are some of the seasonal things you must try when down here during the summers. 1.KANTA This sweet and savoury black colour fruit is a personal favourite. Something you find only during the summer’s.. The raw variety can be…

A Sunday thought..

This picture may look a little out of place….Atleast to me it did initially. Lying down on the floor where there is not a single strand of soft green grass growing…But I so couldn’t help it.. As a person who have been waiting to do this but only to be starting at night sky with…

The Fort tri-series: FORT- REIS MAGOS: SEQUERIM : AGUADA.

Fort Reis Magos: Fort Sequerim : Fort Aguada. If you are in Goa and intend to see some forts these ones are the best deal. Coz you get three within very close proximity from each other and are a great time saver plus being in the coastal area they give you lots of options for…

Why your Perfect Goa trip should include Chorla ghats!

Goa is blessed with abundance of beaches, from the famous ones of Calangute and Miramar to the lesser known ones like Morjim, Keri and Palolem. But what cannot be missed is that Goa is equally blessed with a rich blanket of greenery as well, its forests, which are a home to a wide and wild…

With love.. from Portugal

Walking through the lanes of a famous market of Goa, Mapusa I found a stall selling bread and similar products and it made me wonder what this simple piece of wheat and yeast means to us. We Goans love our ‘Pão’ or ‘Poiee’ (Pão is the Portuguese term for bread). Pão is one of the…

Let the party begin…

Goa dons a beautiful festive look this winter. The months of Nov-Dec is a season when the gorgeous state will be riding on a high tide, with events like christmas parties, feast of st. Francis Xavier and much more just around the corner. To begin with we have IFFI. This Nov all roads leading to…