Rivers have always been the lifeline of civilizations, from drinking water to trade routes. As someone who’s been exploring Goa since the past 14 years and counting, my fascination and fondness towards Goa’s rivers has only grown more as i watch the coastal development grow faster every year with equal parts wonder and equal parts horror. Thankfully, the riverside of the sunshine state still remains fairly untouched by mass tourism. Tune in to my first ever podcast for Musafir Stories where i...
4 days agoby exoticgringoafter 2 days in Panjim and then 4 days holed up in Vagator since I was down with fever, this was a much needed sensory delight for both me and mom. most importantly, I was happy that I could make it up to her for having to switch to mom duties while nursing me back to health... on her vacay! (the last time we traveled together was last year in gorgeous Satara and guess who was down with fever even then?!). plus, though I had visited and dined at this exquisite property with a secret beach before, this was the
1 week agoby exoticgringothough i identify myself as a solo traveler, even the most magnificent sights and the most awesome experiences mean nothing if we don't share them with people. it could be a lover, a friend, a group, strangers who turn into new friends... or family. privileged and delighted to be able to show and share with my mom, all the reasons I love Goa for... like such stunning, captivating sunsets! #travel#India#Goa#GoaTrippers#sunset#Vagator#mom#ExoticGringoInGoa
6 days agoby exoticgringoGerard Da Cunha's house, as seen from his magnificent creation, 'Houses Of Goa' - an immersive museum that traces the history of Goa through architecture. mom and I thoroughly enjoyed explored this museum made of laterite stones, which is an architectural marvel in itself. #travel#India#Goa#GoaTrippers#housesofgoa