The next day saw us try out Thalassa, a Greek-themed eatery on the Ozran beach. While the service may have started off on a rocky note, the food made up for the callousness of the staff. The aloofness of staff at the posher eateries became more apparent on this trip than any other: perhaps the result of the highly profitable New Year rush having come to an end, leaving the more discerning tourists and travelers who, I believe, appreciate the real qualities of the places they are in rather than the projected image of that place, cultivated through brochures and tourism websites.
Day 3: Last day in Goa, we started our trip From Chapora Fort Popularly known as Dil Chahta Hai's Fort. It is just a 2.3 km from hostel. It takes 15 minutes form Down to top of the hill. From here, the scenery is incredible. History is like this, First Portuguese ruled during 1550 then Akbar joined Marathas in 1683 to remove Portuguese from Goa. Chapora fort was built in 1717 by replacing the older fortifications. One must visit this fort in evening at leisure and enjoy the views of Arabian Sea and Chapora beach river from over it under the vast expanse of the sunset sky! After conquering the Chapora fort, we moved to Vagator beach. Vagator Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in north Goa. Then Ozran Beach, Popularly known as Little Vagator. Ozran Beach is located just after Anjuna Beach, close to the Vagator Beach. The Ozran Beach is a small but very picturesque beach. And finally we went for some shopping. My friends bought Scotch bottle and Feni, and i bought leather bag and purse from Tailor Of Leather Things situated opposite to Mackies Saturday Nite Bazaar. Goa - Not a holiday But an unbreakable addiction! See you Next Year same month.
11. Ozran beachKnown as little Vagator, this beach is located between Anjuna and Vagator. A surreal and picture perfect beach with shacks, good food and drink is definitely among favorites with party lovers.
Perfect spot to end the evening watching the sun take a dip into the ocean. The best part about this beach is descending down the typical Goa brick stairs to get on to the beach