So hurriedly had we decided to make Goa an "On beat" heart throb in this off beat monsoon season. But as the saying goes, never regret the decision once made (after being alarmed by the "Offseason Tag" in these months), we decided to have a prolific stay & make this trip a chronicle in the chapter of our lives. So tagged as "Last minute Managers", all the readiness ranging from booking of the hotel to planning the itinerary was made in last 3 days. Since it was a trip with our best couple friend, it had to be something electrifying & indeed it turned out to be.
Bags Packed - Catching the flight - traversed for 2hrs & landed in GOA (Dabolim Airport) at approx.10:30 PM. Cool shrill breeze welcomed us, as fresh rains had just poured, making the land soggy, full of fresh aroma. The first look even at the night was so unsullied, far away from the chaoticDelhi.
Reaching our hotel " La Spazio " in North Goa took close to 1.30 hr from the airport & with all clamouring over of both the toddlers, we reached the destination at 12am. It felt quite luxurious to have dinner in the midnight, sipping fresh aromatic coffee under the dark starry sky. It was a brilliant start!
Day 1 for #FOTW at Goa :
After a comfortable night, rainy morning welcomed us. But it was for hardly 30 minutes post which decent sunshine broke out. Morning pool fun with kids was a perfect start of we, the wanderlusters. Post having a sun cum pool bath, it was time to have a breakfast. To let kids experience the "thrill", we decided to roam around the city, catch some amazing beaches with our own comfort by 2-wheeler. So 2 couples, with toddlers started off their venture on the activa, singing with the melodious breeze.
The first halt had to be beach closest to our hotel, which was Anjuna Beachhighly rocky & a very small one. The very first look at the waves gushing over those rocks & splashing water all over made it astoundingly pleasant. Those "Red Rocky Crabs" were quite an excitement for us. Grabbing some delicious boiled corn & struggling to capture those crabs took our first 15-20 minutes.