The bus dropped us near an empty canal, from there we saw the attractive yellow french buildings which are endless through different "des rues" into the enclaves of the former French colony. We walked towards the sea, on the way I wondered whether we were really in some town in the historic french kingdom. The architecture was picture perfect and it was also neat clean everywhere, thanks to the Government of India for making it a wonderful place to visit for a continental experience. All the French buildings are maintained, and some are still working as some banks, libraries, and restaurants. On the way, there are numerous clubs and government offices. Finally, we reached the seashore which is actually a 1km stretch starting from its northern end. The beach is named after Mahatma Gandhi, there was rangoli competition happening in the Beach Road. The sea was rough, we walked towards the rocky beach which is on the right end of the stretch.