Spices, churches and streets

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A well worn track, but worth a trip, is the tour around Old Goa (the original colony capital), Panaji (the current capital) and one of Goa’s many spice plantations.

IMG_0005-2 IMG_0004-2 IMG_0003-2 IMG_0002-2 IMG_0001-2 Se Cathedral and Basilica of Born Jesus, Old Goa

IMG_0004 IMG_0003 IMG_0002 IMG_0005 IMG_0001 Panaji streets, Miramar Beach and Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception

Easy spots to find for meals that are recommended by many include Mum’s Kitchen (only the way to Miramar Beach), Rio Rico (at The Mandovi Hotel on the road along the river) as well as the George Restauarnt and Bar (in front of the Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception) and across from the George is Kamat Hotel.

It’s really worth buying a good street map to find your way around.

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IMG_0006 IMG_0005 IMG_0004 IMG_0003 IMG_0001Spice Tour and lunch at Tropical Spice Plantation

 

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