If you’ve read my previous posts, you will know all about my love for South Goa and the South Goa beaches. From the empty beaches to colorful shacks and cafes nested in forests – there’s nothing to not love. This post is a guide to the South Goa beaches and all the wonderful eateries out there.
Pondicherry has a bunch of jaunty cafes and restaurants serving appetizing food in a beautiful setting. Based on my recent visit to Pondi, I have compiled my list of the best eateries in Pondicherry. There are definitely many more great options, but these were my clear favorites.
Hampi, a temple town in Karnataka is a UNESCO world heritage site situated on the banks of the Tungabhadra river. Once the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire in the 14th century, Hampi was known to be a wealthy, prosperous and monumental city. The grandeur of the ancient city is still prevalent in the majestic temples.
Located in the hinterlands, off the Agonda main road, Blue Planet Cafe is the best vegetarian/vegan restaurant in South Goa. In fact, the soothing environment coupled with the healthy yet mouth-watering food make this place the best vegan restaurant in all of Goa. You don’t have to be a vegan or a vegetarian to appreciate the grandeur of this place.
Goa is more than the beaches and the parties. There are many offbeat places that you can visit. From Churches, islands and lakes, Goa has a plethora of offbeat things to do. On your next Goa vacation, give these offbeat places a try.
No matter where you’re travelling to, journeys can often be taxing and exhausting especially getting to and from the airport. What truly does make this part easier is a cozy restaurant or cafe serving some refreshing food right near the airport. Nothing beats the airport exhaustion like a wood-fire oven pizza and some freshly squeezed fruit juice(Or coffee. Take your
Fontainhas or the ‘Fountain of Phoenix’ is located in Panaji, yet far removed from the chaos and clamor of the city. Fontainhas transports me to more than 60 years ago when the Portuguese administrators resided in this area. As I walk through the old Latin Quarters of Goa, I’m surrounded by streets lined with red, green, yellow, and orange houses
By Air The nearest airport is Bhuntar, approximately 50 km from Manali. There are domestic flights connecting Bhuntar to Delhi and Chandigarh. By Road Buses operate to and from Manali and cities such as Leh, Shimla, Kullu, Dharamshala and New Delhi. The drive is scenic, should you decide to drive there yourself. Rugged landscape and grassy hills, Himalayan architecture and Italian