The sunshine yellow Portuguese houses still stand strong to foretell the golden history of Goa, a beautiful confluence of culture, art and religion.
Bright colours were used on the exterior of Portuguese houses to draw attention and make a sensational statement. The colour washes used originally were made from natural dyes.
Nothing can be more romantic and cozy than getting into a luxurious yacht. Being privately owned, there is always a sense of exclusiveness to it. It is not just about having a wedding in a yacht or going on a honeymoon.
For those of you who have been here before and for those of you who are yet to visit, here’s a list of things to do in Goa that are off the beaten track, far from maddening crowds and more akin to the real treasures of Goa.
Goa has so many things to offer; from its scenic beauty of beaches to river boat rides, from peaceful eateries to the best party places and from modern casinos to ancient Churches. The view of beaches and the feel of sand automatically pulls you to relax yourself on shacks , lay down on sunbeds, enjoy local ‘beer’ with the delicious sea food.
The thought of watching these amazing (and intelligent!) creatures in their natural habitat was very fascinating to me. It was the only day in Goa when I got up early to witness its much neglected mornings, against the much famed evenings.
As soon as we pass Mangao, the beauty of Konkan starts blooming. Konkan Railways is something every Indian must feel proud of. It has approximately 90 tunnels and 2000 bridges. This project was the biggest and the most difficult railway undertaking during this century.