Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition

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No swimming, please!

Photo of Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition by Monalisa Borkakoty

Living everyday in Goa is a blessed feeling. Everyday Goa in the rains is a story that I am trying to tell best in the pictures below.

Photo of Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition 1/16 by Monalisa Borkakoty
Aldona's hauntingly beautiful chapels.
Photo of Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition 2/16 by Monalisa Borkakoty
Abandoned better halves in Olaulim!
Photo of Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition 3/16 by Monalisa Borkakoty
The trees that engulf you in Ucassaim,
Photo of Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition 4/16 by Monalisa Borkakoty
And the fish greets you anywhere in Arambol's backwaters !
Photo of Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition 5/16 by Monalisa Borkakoty
But all your favorite restaurants in Morjim are shut !
Photo of Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition 6/16 by Monalisa Borkakoty
The sky definitely creates an appetite from Badem Plateau,
Photo of Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition 7/16 by Monalisa Borkakoty
Five minutes later, it will be poetically different.
Photo of Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition 8/16 by Monalisa Borkakoty
Mother Nature takes over the village!!
Photo of Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition 9/16 by Monalisa Borkakoty
Britona's Backwaters becomes Bae,
Photo of Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition 10/16 by Monalisa Borkakoty
Whilst all Mandrem beaches are for you,
Photo of Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition 11/16 by Monalisa Borkakoty
And the village roads of Nachinola too !!
Photo of Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition 12/16 by Monalisa Borkakoty
Fancy a Sunset on a quiet Querim beach?
Photo of Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition 13/16 by Monalisa Borkakoty
Or would you like a gloomy Chorao sunset sometime!?!
Photo of Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition 14/16 by Monalisa Borkakoty
All you actually need is the perfect time in Vagator !
Photo of Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition 15/16 by Monalisa Borkakoty
And a vantage point for Assagao !
Photo of Everyday Goa- Monsoon Edition 16/16 by Monalisa Borkakoty
And then the cosiest spot is in your backyard in Siolim!
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