You haven't really visited Goa until you have soaked in its greens, drenched in the unending pitter patter, and been subjected to abject roar and subsequent bursting of a cloud. You haven't really visited Goa until you have visited it during the monsoon.As I got to ride through the meandering green paths, with the rain constantly drizzling on me, I saw shy beauty.As I stood at Anjuna Beach, on a sky overcast with grim news, I desperately captured its memory through the shutter of my eye.As I had the special bhajia (onions fried with flour) with hot sweet tea in a roadside stall near where this photo was taken, I could not but wonder what it would be like to have my own little nook there.As I stood at Baga Beach, in the dark with the waves carelessly teasing and caressing my feet, I could not but wish that that moment would freeze in time. I had never felt so carefree. So free.The little shack in Anjuna that adopts strays and the German lady who has been coming to Goa for years and knows more about the state than most, and the puppies who made themselves at home in her handbag along with the coffee, the squid and the roar of waves which I mistook for thunder long after the shower had stopped are still glistening in my memory like last night's rain.As is the ride through shady alleys amidst the same drilling pitter patter through secluded churches and meadows in the dark...Goa, I will be back....#visitgoa#northgoa#rainsingoa#incredibleIndia#instaIndia#Indiagram#travelgram#instatravel#travelgram#Indiatravelgram#goamonsoons#goamonsoon#gogoagone#goalife#worldnomads#natgeotravel#lonelyplanetindia#cntraveller @worldnomads @natgeotravel @lonelyplanetindia
Travelling is like a pill for me to drain out every filthy feeling and fuss going around me. It's an opportunity for me to realise how beautiful is this world. Every tiny things on this planet is unique and surreal in it's own way and i want to see and experience all of it .