Our main purpose for this trip to Goa was to find new offbeat wedding locations for Goa weddings. Most days began grabbing a quick breakfast at one of the famous breakfast joints like Munchies or infant aria or Lila. After running around from property to property, we ended up spending the rest of day basing in the sun with some lovely cocktails on the Baga beach.
That night we headed to the Saturday night market which was just amazing! It was even better than we last remember. We totally pigged out – sushi, dim sum and the yummiest souvlaki ever! Dessert from Michelle was outstanding as always! Walking through the market is always fun even if you see some of the same vendors year after year as some things might catch you attention which you mint have not given a second look to earlier.
Apart from that, there was some fab stuff on sale. We loved the funky accessories by Brave.
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The colorful Indian pop art by Nicky Thomas also caught our attention. Fun Indian art – great for around the house or even as a gift!
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In addition to the variety of food and shopping, there were some brilliant performances. It definitely was a great night! Goa has something for everyone, if you haven’t been before you must visit Goa between November & February. Incase you are planning a wedding in Goa, it will be a good idea to get help from a wedding planner in Goa or a wedding planner in Mumbai as there can be endless co-ordination as well as you would want to use the best quality vendors for your wedding.