Cumbarjua VillageAfter spending some quality time at the Do Monte Chapel, I started towards the Cumbarjua village. Its history dates back to the 15th century. It is a beautiful green village which will teach you some great things about everyday life of a local. What I learnt from my ride in the Goan Villages:In most of the Indian cities, you will find tea stalls (Chai tapri) everywhere you go. Similarly, you will find liquor shops and bars anywhere you go in Goa. The Goan Villas are extremely beautiful. They are usually colored bright with a Persian flavor to it. They reflect several decades of old Indian and Portuguese architectural heritage. I saw many people reading newspapers and spending a quality time with their family even on Friday afternoon. It was fun to load the bike on a ferry and enjoy a free ride through the beautiful rivers in Panjim. You will find 'No smoking' boards even in Grocery shops in Goa.