Go.. Go.. Goa…

Goa gives an exhilarating view and experience of serene beaches. With my friends, I had an opportunity to visit this famous tourist destination in India. We are 10 people assembled at Bangalore Yeshwantpur Railway station and headed our journey to Margoa. The en-route to Goa was a unique experience with beautiful mountain-views and crossing of tunnels. We stayed in a big room which can accommodate 12 persons, located near to Colva beach. Saturday we arrived in the afternoon and spent rest of the day time in nearby couple of beaches (Colva and Majorda) by taking bath and playing volley ball and foot ball. Sunday we took 5 two wheelers for rent (which is normal in Goa for tourist commutation and its affordable too, only Rs. 300 per day for Activa and Rs. 350 for Pulsar) and visited other 5 beaches (Dona Paula, Cogo, Sinqerium, Calangute and Baga) and a fort. Went for boating in Cogo beach and had a look at dolphins in the sea. It was a good day but tiresome because of continuous bike rides. During the night around 11 o’clock we had our dinner on the Colva sea-shore shack and it was different experience to have food at the midnight on beach sand for 3 hours. Then we played volley ball at night 2 o’clock, but I didn’t continued playing because I was the best player in reverse order 🙂 Monday we had visited 2 more southern beaches (Cavelossim and Bernaulim) on going by bikes and afternoon had a visit to the famous Basilica of Bom Jesus church and Goa market. Return journey in the Sharma Travels bus was hectic, as we started at around 7:00 PM at Goa and reached bangalore at 12:00 noon next day. Bus got break-down and journey time was too long. But it was a sleeper bus, so we had some rest in the bus and played cards.


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