Although we woke up early to catch the sunrise, we realized that sunrise doesn't happen on the side of the sea. So, it's always better to catch sunset if you are staying in Palolem around this season. For breakfast, we again went to Chaska and had lasagna. After taking a nice dip, we decided to head off to Rajbag beach. Transport is an issue if you don't have your own vehicles. Tripling is not allowed on bikes. Since we were a group of 3 and only 1 of us knew how to ride, we had to rent an auto while going to Rajbag beach and come back in a cab. The place is extremely secluded and autos are not available. There are also no proper shacks to eat. Although one can call it a virgin beach with only one hotel The Lalit sprawling over the entire 1 km stretch, I think I would any day choose Palolem over any other beaches in the South. After again hogging on food and drinks, we headed for our bus at 6:30 PM from the Canacona bus stand. I would not suggest anyone to take SRS Travels at least in this route because we reached Hyderabad almost 6 hours late the next day at 12 PM. Also, there are a lot of resorts and shacks available just on the beach which are not shown online. We had booked our stay through booking.com but once you reach there, you'll realize that there are a lot of other better options available. So, it will be wise to reach there and then book your stay. Overall it was a beautiful trip with sandy beaches, calm water and shady coconut trees. And just like my title says, "Goa never gets old", I can't wait to get back to Goa again.