Getting lost

We started walking towards the beach through a route which none of us bothered to remember.  We reached the beach,  had breakfast at a sea-facing restro and proceeded to see the dophins in the sea. Believe me, that was the best part of my trip. They just jumped right in front of our boat and I was thrilled on seeing their snout noses. I have never seen dolphins though I am from Vizag, which also has a beach. It cost us Rs. 250/- per head for the dolphin trip but it was worth the amount . We came back thinking we’ll go to the room. But lo! We did not remember the way where we reached the beach from.. Each of us was trying to guide to the point on the route which we remembered but in vain. We spent a long time walking and it was 2 in the afternoon by the time we reached our guest house. We were very tired after spending the time under the sun walking pointlessly but we were energized after lunch and proceeded to Wagator beach, cost each of us Rs. 50/- by taxi. The Wagator beach was not as special as Baga. The only noticeable featre of this beach is that you can find rocks at the beach and there’s a fort on the hill close to the beach from where you can see the beach. Its the Chapora Fort. It was a steep climb up the hill. We spent time on the fort taking snaps and this was supposedly the place where some scenes of the famed movie ‘Dil Chahta Hai’ were shot. The climb down the hill was tiresome and we had to be very careful as the small rocks were making us slip on the path. We reached the guest house again and made plans to visit the Calangute beach in the evening. We started for Calangute beach thinking it was close from Baga.. we took the road to walk and walked endlessly for about 1 hour and reached the beach. It was very crowded as it was a Sunday evening. We couldn’t enjoy much as it was dark and we had Coke in the candle light restaurant on the shore. Returning from Calangute, we stopped to shop in a Tibetan Handicraft Expo, then had dinner at Baga beach again and returned to the GH for a long night’s sleep. Plans for Old Goa in next post..


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