My 6 Year Old Is a Goan- Exploring Arambol, Mandrem & Anjuna on a Budget
So we had no choice but to chill at Arambol....
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I had shortlisted a few places while planning this trip and one place which was on my priority list was "The Sweet Water Lake" at Arambol beach. So once we were done visiting the Aguada fort, we headed straight for the Arambol beach. It was a long drive for us as it was 30 kms away from fort Aguada. Finding virgin beaches in Goa is not such a huge task because of the friendly localites who are always there to guide you. After travelling for an hour, we reached Arambol beach. The lake was at a 10 minutes walking distance towards North of Arambol. We finally reached our destination and it did not disappoint us. There were shacks placed under the coconut tree facing the lake. We rented shacks for ourselves, changed into our swimming trunks and without wasting much time took a dip into the lake. The water was pretty cold but our bodies adapted to the temperature within a few minutes. The best part about this was it was secluded and it was an amazing place to relax yourself amidst nature. We spent the rest of the evening lazing around on the shacks until the sun disappeared and then headed back to our hotel.
The day we found the Dark Chocolate Truffle ballWith sloth mode on, we did not move away from the beach until it was a little cooler. The sunset in Goa stirs something up in you to explore and connect with people and the place. We chanced upon Roundhouse beach shack: where people were jamming live around a huge bon fire under the starlit sky. We couldn’t have asked for more.As we were walking back after the gig, took a pit stop at Disha super market store near the Sea horse cafe. Stepped in for water and came out with Truffle balls. They were insane and if you like dark chocolate don't leave Arambol without eating them.