Holiday in Goa (India – Week #027)

Adventures of an American Traveler

In matters of healing the body or the mind, vacation is a true genius! ~Mehmet Murat ildan

The six month mark of my time in India found me in the Indian state of Goa, a former Portuguese territory on the shores of the Arabian sea, with scores of my closest friends enjoying the annual company outing. Goa is a beach resort area frequented by Westerners seeking relaxation in sun and sand. I really couldn’t think of many places I would have preferred to be in India to mark the milestone.

The Road to Goa

Though not particularly enthusiastic about a 14 hour drive to Goa, I agreed to go by car as it would provide an opportunity to view the countryside and catch a glimpse of rural India. The trip did not disappoint. Much of the time it rained so the lushness of the greenery popped giving a perspective…

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2 comments on “Holiday in Goa (India – Week #027)

  1. Great post and photos. Goa is so much fun. I also wrote about my family holiday to Goa. http://www.chaiacupoflife.com/family-holiday-to-goa

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