Saturday Night market - We arrived in Goa on a Saturday so were fortune to be able to visit this market. It is anything like a market, it's more like an exhibition - Countless lanes full of food stalls, stalls selling clothes, there was even a band playing live music for entertainment.Club hopping (Part 1) - Club Cubana - Located atop Arpora Hills, it is unlike any stereotypical club, it is a three level property that has a beautiful pool area, a separate open bar area and an indoor area with a dance floor and Dj. It looks like an ethereal mansion that has been converted into a club. It is undoubtedly one of the most elite clubs in Goa. Free entry for ladies unless one visits during Christmasew year.Tito's & Mambo's - this is pretty much the first place people flock to during their first time in Goa. Located in Baga, although it has garnered a big name for itself, it has become much overrated over the years. Nevertheless, worth a visit during Christmas/New Year when they have exotic performers perform for the crowd. Free entry for ladies.At 12 am, we walked down to Baga beach and saw shacks full of people dancing and celebrating Christmas night! So much energy and cheer all around!