A week in Goa without visiting the beach is something very few people would do. Well, we aren’t among those people.
We had plans to go swimming in a nice swimming pool, but when plans didn’t work out, we chose to visit the beach.
The beaches in Goa are usually crowded and on a Sunday afternoon it’s at its worst.
And Baga Beach is among the most crowded of beaches as the picture above shows you. However, Valley knew of a secluded portion of Baga Beach, which is where we headed to.
It worked well, because we got the beach almost to ourselves, with the exception of a few lechers which is a disgusting characteristic of uncouth Indian men at beaches.
Had brought along a change of clothes, but wasn’t too keen on entering the water. Finally decided to take the plunge (just figuratively) and we all spent a good hour in there.
I didn’t need to change into my other set of clothes, because the sun shone down bright enough to dry up all my clothes.
We took the longer route on the way back because we didn’t want to get wet crossing the river again. We finally piled ourselves into the bus heading back to Mapusa, which took a long time as it stopped at Calangute, where it got stuffed to the brim (luckily we were seated the whole journey).
We got back to Thivim safe and sound and extremely exhausted. Changed and got cleaned quickly and hit the beds for a sound sleep.
The next day, we come home and if you’re interested, here are the pics of the beach day.
Those look like rocks!
…or small hippos.
They are rocks only…
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