hello all u beautiful people!! I'm back...n this time, for good! Thank u all so much for all those wonderful msgs...at least i knw there are people who miss me! No wonder i kept sneezing the whole time there!! hehe! ;)
well goa was fab...as expected! Apart from bruising my knee, dropping my cellphone in water, breaking my brand new sunglasses, my camera and mp3 acting strange, not to mention, the pathetic train journey, I managed to have a pretty good time!
We were 10 girls and since we didnt want separate rooms we got ourselves a big suite. Besides a li'l trouble with the washrooms, we adjusted pretty well! One night all of us smuggled some breezers and beer bottles into our room! Were up most of the night...!! Our teachers had strictly forbidden any sort of mischief! If only they knew...!!
I visited the famous Mangeshi temple, and St. Francis Church (plus another one who's name I cant recall). And of course the beaches! Miramar beach sucked...but I fell in love with Vagador (if thts how its spelt) beach, Baga and Calangute. Gosh, the walk from Baga to Calangute is mindblowing! I didnt want to go back! My friends n I saw crabs on the shore, and those tiny things coming out of the seashells. They were so beautiful. There were also these really small snails that the waves brought...we saw them bury themselves in sand, as if the pain of departing from their beloved sea was too much to take for them. Sigh...it was really awesome. Then my friends and I got busy collecting stones on the beach. I was amazed to see how beautiful they looked. Each was a different colour and size...truly unique. We all clicked loads of pictures. Will try and post some as soon as I can get them scanned. N guess what, I even got a li'l tattoo done on my shoulder. Not the real thing of course, but the ones that are painted and last for about 15 days or so. Looked rather sexy...! ;)
Then we were taken for a river cruise one evening. Not much to do, except enjoy the cool breeze. Then the same night, we were surprised by our tour coordinator and were taken to Tito's. Its supposed to be the most happening disco in Goa. We had fun, but only a fraction of what we could have. Because one, our teachers accompanied us. And two, it was an all girls party, which means no outsiders. :( n that would be fun only if ur a guy!
Neway, it was a memorable trip. On our way back, our juniours kinda made us senti and we all shed a few tears...but then they had their ways of cheering us up! Like smothering toothpaste over our faces while we were asleep. Or covering us from head to toe in talcum powder! Gave us a hard time, the brats! Man I'm gonna miss them so much! They are the best fachhas one could have! Goa is great...n it'll always be a special place for me.