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Goa Trip With Buddies

The three of us had last ventured out together in 2012 to Thailand and lets simply state that we didn't need it to be one more decade before we did another excursion. I had even blogged about the 2012 outing here. (You'll likewise see that I'm wearing one same swimsuit in both the excursions! Haah! Likely the main blogger who rehashes a swimsuit even following 7 years) So, by one way or another, we figured out how to design an excursion and get it going in 2019 and we went to Goa in light of time-requirements – we as a whole life in better places (one out of an alternate mainland all together), have altogether different work routines and clearly significantly more going on in our lives than what we had 7 years back. 
It was a fast 4 days in Goa and when we got together it resembled nothing had ever changed. I'm happy we have a similar dimension of solace with one another if not a superior one at this point. 

We remained at Terra Rossa Resort on Morjim Beach which is very shabby in light of the fact that we chose to go old fashioned and share a room between each of the 3 of us! For this time Morjim and Ashwem shoreline were very vacant particularly on the weekdays (Goa the travel industry has evidently endured a hotshot in 2018 as per local people for reasons no one appeared to know). I cherish void shorelines so hello! Bravo! 
We ate some great nourishment over the 4 days at spots like Gunpowder, Olive, Palm Grove Beach Resort, Arpora Night Market, La Cucina and more. Invested energy in the shoreline, strolled around a bit, moved a bit at Soro – The Village Pub and got especially damaged (not me) by specific frogs in our washroom – the main, red and dark-hued one was effectively flushed away to any place however the second and third progressively regular looking ones were maybe increasingly experienced flushers so one really returned up, swimming through human poop, flew on the divider and roosted itself up there like swimming through human poo was an ordinary thing for it. 
The day we arrived in Goa we went in for a sundowner at La Plage without a moment to spare to get the dusk and have an early supper. 
Following day was a chill day on Morjim Beach. Got some sun Beds at Orion Beach Shack, got espressos, coconut waters, and so forth and horsed around in the ocean. 
After that, it was lunch at Gunpowder in Assagao. We indulged. To such an extent that we chose to skip supper that day. Try not to miss the Kingfish in Coconut Curry and the Spicy Chorizo starters. Additionally, TOO MANY PINACOLADAS in light of the fact that so great. 
Friday night we went out moving for a bit to Soro The Village Pub. Unrecorded music, new prepared brews, and an all right DJ. In any case, the correct organization is normally the only thing that is important. Fun night. 

Following day was spent sun washing on Ashwem Beach and for lunch, we found the ideal spot at Palm Grove Beach Resort and spent the whole day drinking chilled white wine. I cherished the avocado prawn sandwich there. 
Sunday was spent having new mixed drinks and extraordinary sustenance at Olive. I had the Goan Chorizo Poi Boy. Gracious and don't miss their Margarita Pitcher – Da Bomb Dot Com! 
After that, we got the last dusk of our excursion back at Morjim Beach and it was flawlessness.


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