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Travels :: Goa, India {Part II}

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This is a continuation of the last post for Goa, India — Grand Hyatt Goa.  Every Thursday evenings they have a “Seafood Night Market”.  So for an extra 800 rupees, you can enjoy some fresh seafood for dinner, such as lobster, shrimps, etc.  There is also an outdoor market that sells jewelry, umbrellas, artwork, spices, etc. There are even drummers performing intermittingly — it’s quite festive!

Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer :: Goa India Night Market
Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer :: Goa India Night Market
Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer :: Goa India Night Market
Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer :: Goa India Night Market
Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer :: Goa India Night Market
Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer :: Goa India Night Market
Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer :: Goa India Night Market
Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer :: Goa India Night Market
Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer :: Goa India Night Market
Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer :: Goa India Night Market
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Photography :: M Studio Life [info@mstudiolife.com]
Location :: Grand Hyatt Goa [Goa, India]

Travels :: Goa, India {Part I}

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Stayed in Goa, India for a week for another Destination Wedding…thanks to Garima from G+H Photography, who asked me to 2nd shoot for her.  This post features the Grand Hyatt Goa, a 5-Star hotel, which was our accommodations.  We mostly ate at the buffet restaurant, which had a nice selection of food.  Some spicy and some non-spicy, which was perfect for me, since I’m a wimp and can’t handle the spice! They had tons of dessert too, YUM!  I was trying to be good with my eating, since I totally pigged out on the cruise trip recently, but nope, I was tempted by all this delicious food again!  Go figure!  I really enjoyed our stay, as the suite we got was really luxurious.  The bed was so comfy and they had complimentary slippers, shoe shine, and a rain spa shower head.  We also had a spacious balcony, which overlooked the beautiful pool.  And only a few minutes walk away, was a private beach.  A really relaxing and serene place to be.  After having traveled to New Delhi the year before and seeing how chaotic it can be there, you really appreciate the beauty of Goa.

Travels :: Goa, India {Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer}
Travels :: Goa, India {Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer}
Travels :: Goa, India {Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer}
Travels :: Goa, India {Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer}
Travels :: Goa, India {Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer}
Travels :: Goa, India {Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer}
Travels :: Goa, India {Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer}
Travels :: Goa, India {Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer}
Travels :: Goa, India {Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer}
Travels :: Goa, India {Toronto Destination Wedding Photographer}
CREDITS
Photography :: M Studio Life [info@mstudiolife.com]
Location :: Grand Hyatt Goa [Goa, India]