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sardar in goa cocktail recommendation

For late afternoons on the beach, when its breezy
Name of the Cocktail: Chummi
Ingredients and Mixing:
A generous portion of Lime Cordial | About 60 ml says the Sardar
A Chummi* of Feni | Caju say the Sardar, and insists any random brand. Preferably some lable you have never seen before
Fill up the glass with soda | For this the glass needs to be tall, says the Sardar

Sit facing the setting sun, on the beach.
Perfrect!


Sardars Secret Formula:
* a chummi is around 25 ml, it is not a measure but a general guideline. A little less than a standard small of 30ml, but not too less.

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Walking the River

While it was raining like mad all through the weekend, a bunch of idiots woke up at 6 in the morning on a Sunday and wet to Tambdi Surla to walk the river.

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Weekend Road Trip

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Goa Beach Sleeping

This is the new thing that we have been trying out these days. Goa is just to hot to be going out in the day, but one cant sit in the office AC all weekend. The answer, my friend, is (blowin in the wind) beach sleeping!


Done this the second time over this weekend. Went out to eat at Saturday night at this nice place called Zeebop somewhere near Otorda beach. By the time we finished dinner (i don't drink anymore), it was almost 12:30. No body was in any shape to ride back 30kms. So, we just slept on the beach. Last time over when we went to Arambol, it was a li'l more planned, we has a bed sheet n shit. But this time, it was just the sand and us.

Surprisingly, you don't feel hot or cold and mosquitoes don't trouble you one bit. And you can claim that you woke up at 6 on a Sunday morning (actually, we get back and sleep for a few hours). Not to mention, you can do some romantic, relaxing star gazing before you doze of. We were lucky to have a nice moon on both nights. In Arambol, it was full and bring and at Zeebop it was a thin slice.


We are now planing to buy some gear for this. Apparently, you get some rubber/foam sheet which is very fold-able and very light.

All in all, a perfect way to enjoy Goa even when it's very very hot!

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I f-ing Caught Fish



Woo wooo, after 8 months of owning a fishing rod, which was my birthday gift by the way, I finally caught fish last week. Thanks to cheif Dean Gonsalves. Ok. I am not a fool;, I just did not know how big a hook to use and I was using a very big one.

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Apartments in Goa

Palm trees, sea view from your bedroom (or even from your loo), birds chirping as you laze out of your bed in the morning or friendly goan neighbours(cooking smelly prawn all the time). You will get everything of these in Goa, but Goa will make you sweat or make you pay!home

I have been living in this beautiful apartment in Goa (Dona Paula), which has a sea view (one has to stretch from the balcony though) and a very nice general view. It's very quite, very serene, pretty girls in the neighborhood, but no peace of mind! Every 3 months, circumstances are such that we desperately start looking for a new house. Some one of the other in our office is always looking for a place. Sometimes it's competition between colleagues. Once 4 people from the same office landed up to look at a 1 BHK flat :)

And the amazing fact is that when you are walking through the streets, half of the flats are empty! Hot shots from Bombay and Delhi are buying property in Goa at insane prices (going by Goa rates) and have completely spoiled the market. And to spoil things further, we will now have international tourists coming and paying $100 per week for stupid apartments. I am seriously considering the purchase of a beach tent. Enjoy Goa to the fullest and still have loads of money in the bank!

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