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Sunday, 1 June 2014

Sun and Sand in Goa

 Written by: Sandeep Sinha - Scientific Poet of the 21st Century

Take a break from work and head toward the coastal state of Goa, which is located on the western coast of India. The state has Arabian Sea on its west and attracts tourists from the Middle East and Europe. Recently, people from Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus have started coming to Goa in large number although Germans and Britons continue to spend their holidays in Christmas and New Year.

The Sun in Goa is quite strong and gives you a good tan on your skin. Bikini girls like to show-off their beautiful bodies as they lie down on numerous beaches in Goa. Since the sunlight is a good source of Vitamin D, do not be shy to take off your shirt and trousers.

Among the most popular beaches in Goa are Candolim, Calangute, Bagga, Benaulim, Agonda, and Arambol. The Candolim, Calangute, Bagga, and Arambol beaches are located in north Goa while the Benaulim and Agonda beaches are located in south Goa. North Goa has parties and is slightly more crowded than south Goa, which is comparatively quiter.

Multi-cuisine food is available everywhere in Goa. There are specialty restaurants catering vegetarian, Italian, Goan, North Indian, and other types of food. Some restaurants are designed to suit modern appeal while other restaurants have the natural appeal.

Goa is well-connected to Europe and other parts of Asia by air, train, and road transport. Although tourists travel Goa throughout the year, the most favorable time to travel Goa is from mid-October to mid-March.

Enjoy your travel and stay in Goa!

With love from Travel Funky


Anna Yushkova said...

Thanks for advice, thats a good destination for sure. One day will take this trip with husband perhaps.

Sandeep Sinha said...

Your husband will be a lucky man

I wish you a happy, healthy, wealthy, loving, peaceful, and content life

Your friend,


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