Each time we fly to India, I make sure that we also visit Goa, my husband’s hometown, without fail.
Goa is also known for its famous Chorizo, a delicacy made of pork. It is a fresh sausage that should be cooked well before eating. I love it best when matched with fresh bread and mixed in Pulao. Anyway, here are just few of the photos which I took during my several trips to Goa.
This is so far the best view that I love most inside The Archaeological Museum, Old Goa.
Next photo is the Cross of Miracles which is known to heal the sick people. I took many shots but never captured the best clear one. This always happens to me when I take photos inside this Church.
Basilica of Bom Jesus that holds the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier. The church is located in Old Goa, which was the capital of Goa in the early days of Portuguese rule. Footwear are not allowed inside for respect.
On my first trip to Goa, I insisted that we take a train ride as I have not experienced it yet.
I know it was unsafe to do this kind of photo opp, but for the sake of memorabilia, I asked my husband to take from the next door so he could capture the view. He gladly gave in to my request. He knew that I am going to blog about it, that’s why!
Oh! You’ve got to see these lovely train shots that I was able to take!
On our next trip to Goa, Deye was already with us. That’s why we decided to take a flight instead. It’s only a 45 minute flight going there. That really saved our time from traveling long and losing days to explore more.
The next day, we went to Majorda Beach, which is just 5 minutes walk from my husband’s place.
We also did motor boating for 30 minutes and it drove me crazy! I thought Deye would not love but it turned out that it was me who was freaking out hahaha! Too bad there were no pictures of us that moment. My husband also tried his best to convince me to try parasailing but it’s a big no no for me.
I wish to go there the soonest with the family, but I still have to apply for Ishi’s passport heehee! Standby for more photos, I need to dig in to my external drive first to do that!