goa 2015: D26 – arambol beach, flea market & sunset drummers shimon falafel

went to arambol beach today , one of our favs for sure . still think its the most entertaining beach in goa . we didnt do the sweet lake , mudbaths , paragliding or banyan tree or anything today , but instead hung out further south down the beach at cabo wabo near jamaica new world . last time i was at a cabo wabo it was in cabo san lucas in mexico on the baha peninsula !  [use my search box for arambol on the right column that shows past entries] . hilarious goan lounger !

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nearby is the kitesurf school

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at sunset the beach comes alive ! a mini impromptu flea market gets going , and the brilliant always different sunset drummers kick off . seemed extra cool tonite with the full moon being out

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after here we got some falafel at shimon on the main beach road that runs down hill towards the far north end of the beach [near sweet lake end] . they do a few things extremely well – falafel , cofee , and milkshakes . if you ask for it to be made with ice cream these bad boys rock !! i went for strawberry but they also do an amazing oreo one , and a few others too .

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then it was shopping at al lthe shops along arambol main road . they are market stalls that run till late . we always find the cheapest rates in goa here .

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we love arambol , its so bohemian , far removed from the package holiday crowds and glossy brochures . nice 😉

HERES A VIDEO OF ARAMBOL , ENJOY THOSE DRUMMERS !!

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3 Responses to goa 2015: D26 – arambol beach, flea market & sunset drummers shimon falafel

  1. Luleelala says:

    Hi Rob, thank you once again for such a great insight to different areas and “ways of life” I love your blogs. I would love to be able to physically venture off the tourist track but unfortunately this is not possible. I thank you for your time and sharing, I appreciate your knowledge, eyes and opportunity to help me envisage the magnificent wonders of our world. Bless you.
    Luleelala.

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