It was my maiden trip to Goa. It was a much-needed break from the monotonous and mundane IT life of Bangalore. I always wanted to go Goa and somehow it never happened. But this time the plans were real and concrete. I was there in this beautiful Portuguese city, gazing at their houses, with those wild waves, juggling and hopping from one flea market to another, finding out where we can get the best Goan food, meeting people from different cultures on the go, and doing everything without been 'judged in Goa. The memories are still fresh, the waves hitting my feet, rekindling the romance with someone, getting drenched in the monsoon showers and then sipping a hot chocolate felt so good. Goa makes me feel nostalgic and it makes me go weak in my knees. Needless to say, Goan people are very amicable and nice. I have been there last month. I liked their service and the fresh serene ambience. Sipping a coffee and lazily gazing at the high waves hitting the shore. It's an ideal place yet lesser. known than Brittos to come and spend some quality time with your bae.
Escape The City Rush & Enjoy A Beach Side Lunch At Pousada By The Beach In Calangute
What Makes It Awesome
What Could Be Better?
The prices are reasonably high but given the quality and service, they deserve it. But still, as compared to other Goan places it can be lessened.
What's My Pro Tip?
You need to park your bikes outside, in the parking allotted for Calangute beach. And then it's just a two-minute walk inside.
The owner of this place - Josh is such a friendly host. He surely makes you feel comfortable and tells you about other great places you should visit while you're in Goa.