As for our last day we drove to Old Goa to visit Bom Basilica - Being a 400 year old church, the church is not only among the oldest churches in Goa, it is also one of the oldest churches in the world.
I honestly found it great to break the pattern and visit old goa!.. The goan houses displaying a mix of neo-Gothic and neo-classical styles made it a visual delight for us as we drove by the streets of old goa!
For lunch where to eat in Panjim - Cafe Basil
This Cafe is too good, surrounded by a number of colleges it usually hosts the young crowd and is the ideal place to satiate oneself with awesome burgers!
While coming back, we came across this famous road in Parra, Goa - known for its appearance in a number of movies we couldn't stop ourselves from clicking pictures!
We made it a point to take a dip in vagator waters before heading for dinner.
Vagator Beach : 4/5
Clean waters, good crowd, yummy pancakes and a sunset to die for - vagator was everything that we needed to complete our trip!
In the evening, our table was booked in - THALASSA-
Perched on a hilltop, overlooking the magnificent Arabian Sea, it's the ideal place where luxury meets the Greek culture!
Overall ambience of Thalassa is so refreshing that it became another must visit place in goa for me!
I've been to South Goa earlier and this time I was keen on exploring North.
It made me realize that the two are greatly different in every aspect, be it the beaches, crowd, cafes or places of monumental value.. Your trip to goa is incomplete if you haven't visited both!