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Rude Travel: The magic of Goa

Jul 18, 2021 09:41 AM IST

There is no better time to visit Goa than the monsoon season when temperatures are low and the fancy tourists have stayed away

I went back to Goa after nearly five years this July. I am not a fan of Goa during the high season, but I love Goa in the rains. All the fancy people stay away, the tourist traps are closed, and even the airport, otherwise known as the Black Hole of Dabolim, is not overcrowded.

The combination of sea and acres of greenery can be stunning when the monsoon cools Goa down
The combination of sea and acres of greenery can be stunning when the monsoon cools Goa down
There is nothing to beat a deserted Goa beach just as the monsoon clouds begin to gather
There is nothing to beat a deserted Goa beach just as the monsoon clouds begin to gather
Chef Avinash fuses Goan flavours with flair and light presentation (inset) and does it all with passion
Chef Avinash fuses Goan flavours with flair and light presentation (inset) and does it all with passion
The quality of a Chorise pav depends on the sausage that you use to make it
The quality of a Chorise pav depends on the sausage that you use to make it
Xavs Norrs, who runs Route 66 in Goa, makes the best hamburgers (inset) and pork ribs
Xavs Norrs, who runs Route 66 in Goa, makes the best hamburgers (inset) and pork ribs
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