Resting to infinity ::: Goa

After almost four months here in India, and especially after the roller coaster of changing our plans last minute and the bad colds just a day before going to Goa, we felt exhausted. So you could imagine how felt when we woke up after that first morning.  At night we hadn’t seen much (anything really) so when we woke up and realized how amazing the place was, we were excited, and at the same time I felt filled with emotions.  Ready for a well deserved shower, some swimming and some rest.

And I got to do all of these!

At every meal, we’d go and see if the monkeys were there, hanging out.

We’d get a beer and a cold Limca.

Mehndi.

Photo by Siena

Afternoon chai.

And snacks.

This is the infinity pool.

Photo by Siena

Photo by Siena

Photo by Siena

Photo by Siena

Photo by Mark

Photo by Siena

Photo by Siena

Every evening.  Every time of the day, the pool had a different light.  All beautiful.

Lots of resting. To infinity.

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4 Responses to Resting to infinity ::: Goa

  1. Amy Jo says:

    Wow. That pool. I would have never left it.

    • Amy Jo… I didn’t want to leave either. It is even more beautiful than in the pictures… it’s just amazing and so peaceful. Siena was sick for part of the time, and then I started getting sick in the last day, so we missed some swimming time, but even just sitting there… oh my. What an amazingly beautiful spot.

  2. Manesh says:

    Looks like a really wonderful place…. Do you remeber the name of this resort?? Cause i will be going to India by November, so I plan to visit this place….

    Regards,
    Manesh
    manesh@poweroncorp.com

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