India · 2 Days · 15 Moments · September 2014

20 September 2014

The Calamari is fluffy and truly batter fried. Tastes divine. We had three of these. The traditional sweet dish called Bebinca (shown in the next photo) tastes delicious and sinful.
We then head over to Joets at the other side of bogmalo beach. Lovely Spanish villa like interiors.
The fish and chips at full moon.
We have reached bogmalo and having a beer before we hit the beach. And some fish and chips.

19 September 2014

This is the garlic butter calamari. We had two of those. And prawn fry along with chicken xacuti and rice. We also had beer and brownies. The total fare came to less than 1000 rupees ($18) and we were gloriously stuffed.
Perhaps one of the greatest discovery in this trip has been a restaurant called Anand seafood bar and restaurant. The good was absolutely fantastic.
We headed to anjuna and the fare was battered calamari, garlic grilled chicken and fish Goan curry at curlies. So good!
The walk to little vagator. The beach was quite deserted because it was off season. During season, it is dotted with shacks selling beer.
Fried eggs with bacon at Martha's. We also ordered some pancakes.
At Martha's breakfast home. Ordered some fried eggs with bacon and mashed potatoes and some pancakes with honey. And some tea.
Took a long walk in the morning. Goa looks beautiful after the rains. Full of greenery.

18 September 2014

Batter fried calamari at curlies which tasted divine.
Pork chilli fry at curlies
We're starting with some beer. Just placed an order for some calamari and vindaloo.
Chilling on anjuna beach. Two small beers down. Next stop curlies.