We started our morning with breakfast and left for Panjim. We reached Betim ferry terminal via Baga, Calangute and Candolim beach route. It took us to Panaji Ferry Terminal. First destination was Miramar beach. The beach was clean as compared to last year. Here we planned for our next day itinerary i.e. River Cruise activities on Mandovi River. After Miramar, we moved to Dona Paula beach. It is just 4 km from Miramar beach. Dona Paula has a number of myths and legends behind the alleged Dona Paula. Someone told me about the love story of these two. But the truth is far from romantic and more fascinating than legends. Dona Paula was a woman of charity and is known to have helped the villagers and worked a lot for their betterment, so after her death, the villagers decided to re-name as Dona Paula. Initially the village was called Oddavell(Source TOI). It's a good place to take a troll, with your loved ones and the evening views are just amazing. Few bollywood movies were shot at this location (Ek Duje Ke Liye(1981), Singham and Murder 2). After spending half n hour, we moved to our second destination i.e. Baga Beach. Again we took ferry to Betim. From here, we moved to Baga Beach. Here we had lunch and enjoyed till evening. After 6pm, one can find lots of sitting area near to beach with candle light. We stayed there around 3 hours then we moved to Hostel to get refresh. After refresh, we planned to visit Curlies in Shiva valley. On the way to Curlies, i received a call from my brother and he informed me that he met Mayur sharma (The Veg Guy from "Highway On My Plate" tv series). We clicked some pic with him. Curlies is famous for Rustic beach shack with rooftop seating offering Goan dishes, cocktails and club nights. Here one can enjoy 9 ball game also. This place looks better in night. One can listen the sea waves. Now they have started Sea foods just outside the Curlies. And the prices are little higher (For Sea foods, i like Kovalam beach which is situated in Kerala). At around 3 am, we same to our hostel.