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.
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Arambol (also known as Harmal) gained prominence in the 1960s. Being a non-commercialized beach, one can look forward to peace and serenity here in the lap of nature without the mayhem of uncountable tourists. There is affordable accommodation here in the little huts near the cliff side. This is also a favorite hangout place for the hippies, which makes us encounter a completely offbeat and rare culture. Being thronged by fewer tourists does not mean that this beach is in any way inferior to the commercialized ones. There are shopping opportunities provided by numerous stalls that operate around the clock and occupy the entire stretch of the beach road. All in all, Arambol provides the traveler both the serenity to soak in the extravagance of a pristine beach along with all the facilities like accommodation, food and shopping.
Santana Beach Shack
Ohanna got her first temporary tattoo and she suddenly realized she’d have to wait some time before she enters the sea again. It was panic situation and we had to come with ideas to dry the tattoo. We entered the sea after 10 min and finally she let us breathe. We ordered a round of fresh fruit juices (orange, watermelon & pineapple), everyone chose from all the set breakfast options like American, English etc. which are quite similar with slight variations.By afternoon we decided to take a stroll down the main market, exploring various shops, cafes and transportation (taxi stand, bike stand, bike rentals and bus stand. Arambol Main Street has quite a few cafes on various levels and shops selling clothes generally bought by backpackers.