You see, I forgot to whine.

 

OMG I’M TANNED

 

Now I feel better. I don’t care if it’s -as Mimi repeatedly tried to console me- traveller’s tan. For all I know, tanned is tanned!

I live by this: the paler, the better. Unless you know, you’re, uh, anaemic or something.

 

Anyway, as promised, here goes.

 

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Day 2 started with us posting post cards. So to the post office we went.

 

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Only in India yo.

 

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The ferry ride from Panjim to Candolim.

 

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Which, naturally, we rode on.

 

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Local Goan seafood dishes. They’re goooooood.

 

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The dashboard of a man with a personality crisis.

 

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This is another branch of Tito. But the desserts tasted completely different! How was that possible??

 

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This is the driver that took us around while we were there. Oho he’s funny. Though he could talk too much at times.

Did I tell you he’s also a magician? Lol.

 

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Each morning after Subuh prayer we’d head to the beach. We usually laid our clothes outside to dry after that.

Then we came back and found our clothes draped neatly inside 🙂

 

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Giving up on the waves. Now I know how it felt being bullied by nature!

 

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The back gate that opened directly to the beach.

 

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Breakfast.

 

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Another cool place to hang out would be the Calamari Bath & Binge which is……on the beach itself.

 

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Kekenyangan wahahahahaha

 

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We decided we might as well visited Fort Aguada considering it’s so near.

Great place for a photo shoot haha.

 

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I felt so frustrated for wearing a dress coz there were many places I so could climb!

 

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Watching the sunset. This is life man.

 

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Tiang lampu for sale ROFL

 

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This was our 6-hour layover guest house. Because we had to check out from the resort at 11 am but our bus was at 6 pm.

Duduk for 6 hours only pun nak jugak cari a nice place lol.

 

So that’s basically it. We played on the beach, consumed as much seafood as possible, woke up whenever we wanted and just chill.

Even my shopping was minimal. I know, I know *sighs*

 

I could see myself returning to Goa again someday, it’s so serene there. Maybe go south next time, insyaAllah.

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