Sunday, 19 April 2015

Fabulous 'Goa' - Day 3

We were totally in love with Goa. Two days of Goa were just excellent. Today, we woke up early and got ready. We had a nice cup of coffee and fruits at our resort room. Then we left out for the breakfast.

We planned our breakfast at 'Salt N Pepper'. This place is particularly well-known for the burgers. We reached there, but it was closed. One man who was there in the restaurant told us that this place opens only for dinner. So, we had to change our burger plan for the breakfast and left for another place. We found some places, but those were also closed at that time. It was 9:00 am in the morning. Now, we decided to go to 'Jai Ganesh Juice Centre', the place where we had breakfast yesterday. We reached the place and had breakfast along with watermelon juice.

After breakfast, we left for the 'Chapora Fort'. I was very excited about seeing this place because I saw it in the Bollywood movie 'Dil Chahta Hai'. The fort is located on one small hill. For reaching the fort, we had to park our vehicle before starting the climb. Where we parked the vehicle, there were two routes. One was going to the graveyard and the second one was going to the hilltop. It was around 20 minutes of walk, and we were at the Fort. I found that the place was ok-ok, but the view from the Fort was just mind blowing. We can see chapora beach from the top of the Fort. The air was cold, and the weather was little cloudy. We spent a good time and 1 o'clock noon we left from there for lunch.

Our lunch place was the very popular Thalassa. We reached at Thalassa in one hour. But we found the reservation was necessary for having lunch or Dinner. Our dinner was planned at 'Baga Beach'. So, we reserved our seat for 3:30 pm. We waited till that time on the 'Ozran beach.' I must say that it was worth waiting for the lunch at that place.

Thalassa is situated on the hilltop, in between the  Vagator Beach and Orzan Beach. At 3:30 we went for the lunch, and luckily we had the beachside table. The view was just outstanding. One of the restaurant persons told us that this restaurant is always booked for sunset and for the full moon night. The full moon night dining here is so popular that people reserve their tables two weeks in advance. We could imagine that how would be the view on full moon night. Since it was a Greek restaurant, we ordered Greek food for the lunch with wine. Food was as awesome as the view. We spent 2 hours there and left for the 'Baga Beach'.

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