Post cards from Goa

The last time I went to this tiny exotic state was by bus. And - I don't like bus journeys one bit. When we got out at the main bus stand - I couldn't wait to get out of my traveling pants and get a glimpse of the beaches, and to experience everything Goa had to offer.

Welcome to goaaa

The quintessential pic.

The eateries in Palolem welcome cows !
Who knew there was Pineapple flavored tea powder?
He looked on to us !
I think they were regulars here.
Cheesecake. Enough said.
This windmill was enchanting - in the middle of a green field.
Could not help but pose !
Street Graffiti.

Lots of water sports - jet ski, parasailing, banana boat and some more.

Hello !
And I went para-sailing.
Goa is a riot of colors, and cows ! And food. There's so much more than the 'water and sand and sea.' IF the above photos haven't awakened you, this one will ! We stopped by Chocolatti and indulged ourselves in some brownies and cakes :) Every time I travel to this state - I am left amazed. The first time was from school - the churches left me awe-struck, the second time with family - I swam in the warm waters of the sea and this time, the many colors left me spell bound.

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  1. Hi Shruti Shah,
    Wonderful work by showing us that Goa is more than just beaches and Churches. I’m also planning to go by next month. Hope I would find the place as elegant as it’s shown! You have done a tremendous job with your photography. Can’t wait to be there!

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