Travel Diaries - India #2

After our trip to the Taj Mahal it was time to head south for a bit of sun, foolishly thought India was always warm turns out north India get pretty chilly in winter and we only had summer clothes in 4 degrees weather... Not fun. 

We flew from New Delhi to Goa which is on the west coast of India. Its a really pretty place with stunning beaches and great little restaurants and bars off the beach. There was a lot more tourists in this area, especially British tourists, with Goa being on the rise as it is so cheap here for accommodation and dining out. 

The beaches are super busy and filled with beach shacks serving foods and drinks straight to your sun bed, ideal! 
Lots of random shizz goes down such as Oxs just casually strolling along the sand, anything goes in India. 

Goa also provided us with some unreal sunsets, I mean look at that last one looks like a scene out of Life of Pie. 

Goa is a really cool, relaxed beachy town with not a lot to do bar sunbathe, drink cocktails and eat lots of curry making it a dream little holiday spot. 

We were obsessed with the strawberry daiquiris at an amazing little restaurant called Cafe Lazy Days and the Goan curry and garlic naan from there is the best I have ever had. Definitely recommend going there if you are in the area. Service was amazing and about £10 a head for food and drinks - no joke, that's how inexpensive it is to eat out in India. 

Wanted to throw in this little picture of the church across from one of our many hotel stays, totally reminds me of Romeo + Juliet, Leo DiCaprio style all garish, tacky and colourful so naturally I love it. 

Had the best time relaxing and getting tipsy with this little love bug. Got to give shout out to this hilarious British pub in Goa called Nirvana, its run by an awesome Nepalese man called Aneil was was an absolute diamond, poured the largest gins ever and had the best banter. Thanks Aneil, hopefully we will be back to visit one day.

Next post I am going to write about the awesome markets in Goa which are full of colour, knick knacks and spices! 

Stay tuned

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