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Go Goa!!


It's been quite a few days since this blog was started and what better to start with than with my recent short vacation to Goa!!




A sudden trip to a beautiful destination,
simply excited my senses to no limit,
a peaceful journey and lots of lazy times,
coupled with lots of water and red wine,
from one coast to another,
we went from Bagha to Calangute and then,
to Aquada!,
if this wasn't enough for the day we had a midnight drive to Anjuna,
there we sipped on some limon and ate "rolled" up pancakes,
On the next day we rode to Arambol and then to Morjhim
and finally reached the clean waters of Vagatur,
while we were fascinated and "captured" by the waters themselves,
the famous "starry" fort added the Bollywood Masala to the Beach! (the fort at Vagatur was the one in the movie - Dil Chahta Hai, a popular Hindi Movie about people in the city folk)

With an Avenger, a Karizma and a Pulsar between us we took the city by speed, style and storm!
On the last day we soared the skies and though we had a fantastic view from up there,
the parasailing didn't quite enthrall us...

The street shops and the amount of time and energy spent bargaining left us quite drained,
we took a couple or more buses to reach our end station,
where we ate a few thalis and not to forget the rasberry dollies!
for taking the train back home,
a lil' bribe clinched the deal and we got our berths to sleep,
and in a blink of an eye we're back home wondering how the days will go,
dreaming of our quick but memorable holiday by the sea...

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