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Exploring Goa – XIII – Baga Creek

http://yes-girl.com/eat-what-makes-you-happy/breyers-4/?relatedposts=1 Kartik Kannan, continues his series on Goa, moving Northward from Condolim to Baga Beach- The beach where all of India lands up in search of a party in the night, and banana boat rides during the day! This write up however will steer clear away from the beach, and focus on the path around the Baga Creek. If you’ve seen enough scenery on the road, then it’s a good time to get into a restaurant

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Exploring Goa – XII – Candolim (Coco Beach)

Kartik Kannan continues exploring the scenic beauty of Candolim. The creek is about 5 minutes drive from Fort Aguada on a motored vehicle and about half hour by walk from the fort. This tourist attraction also helps you plan boat trips around the Mandovi. A map of the location of the Coco Beach is shown below. The next point of call is the lovely little beach that opens out, behind the Kingfisher Villa on Condolim

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Exploring Goa – XI – Candolim (Fort Aguada)

digoxin 40 mg Kartik Kannan, moves on to the next place-Condolim in this Goa series. Condolim is an area north of Panjim, across of the Mandovi, which is the beginning of a series of beautiful and popular beaches stretching from Condolim to Baga(with Sinquerim, Calangute being the other beaches on this stretch). Condolim is home to a lovely coastline that plays host to Sunburn- a music festival in Decemeber, a lovely river creek(Coco Beach), an idyllic deserted ship

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Exploring Goa – IX – The Beaches And The Helipad

Kartik Kannan continues to unravel Goa in the ninth part of Exploring Goa series.  Never Ending Views of the Beach! That little patch of Morjim by the Chapora River! Found some Interesting patterns on the mountains to capture! So there is a walking path, for a trek! This place is called the Helipad, which lies right at the end of Vagator Beach. Quite a beeline this place is for lovers! and of course the guys

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Exploring Goa-VIII- Moving From Aswem To Morjim

Kartik Kannan continues his photoblog exploration of Goa. This certainly is one of the most detailed description of the dream destination. More to come soon.  One could ride a vehicle on Aswem beach during the low tides. Suprising that this is the same beach that has surfs coming, in the deeper confines of the sea. This place has a surfing school called ‘Banana School of Surfing’, in case you are interested and land up at

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Exploring Goa-VII- The Aswem Beach Cure

Kartik Kannan offers some interesting glimpses of a beach thats extremely quiet, personal and just the getaway you needed to cut yourself off from work. Aswem is a fishing village that has some very scenic palm trees swaying to a little lake(formed during the tides), across a beach that is flat for quite some distance, before the surfs lap up all the latent energy in the sea. Its also home to Goa’s only surfing school

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Exploring Goa: The Rail Trek to Dudhsagar – VI

This is the sixth part of the Dudhsagar series by Kartik Kannan! We reached a quaint railway place, where there was only one building for a guard. We asked him, if we could board the goods train, since we were stuck in the forest. We actually had paid for our un reserved train tickets from Londa to Kulem, so it was not that we were hitching a free ride. It usually is not allowed, but if

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Exploring Goa: The Rail Trek to Dudhsagar – V

Kartik Kannan’s continues his photographic journey of Dudhsagar in the fifth part of the series! Before you say your final good byes to the waterfall, you always spend energy for a ‘last dunk’ that never really is the last dunk. It looks like that part of the area is raining heavily! As you the light fading away on the patterns in the water, its time to really pack up. Nobody lives in this area, so

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Exploring Goa: The Rail Trek to Dudhsagar – IV

Kartik Kannan’s continues his photographic journey of Dudhsagar in this fourth part of the series! One interesting game to play at the base of the waterfall as a group is to dunk into the water, and hold your breath, and then come out. The one who spends least time inside, has to photograph the rest, for the next iteration. Another interesting thing worth observing are the patterns of water when people splash about in water.

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Exploring Goa: The Rail Trek to Dudhsagar – III

Check out part 3 of Kartik Kannan’s photographic journey of Dudhsagar! We kept walking on the rail trek, with all gay and abandon, and when we went on walking, we realized that we were lost in this maze of tunnels and tracks. There was a small opening to the right after 3 tunnels that we should have gone through to go down. We missed that, and had to retrace our path back. What makes it

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