|Nightlife in Goa|
Friday, 31 May 2013
How to Spend that Lone Night Out in Goa?
Okay, questions first! What in the God’s name are you doing in the most exciting tourist destination in India, all alone by yourself? You may say you are on the proverbial business trip, but hey, that doesn’t mean you can’t have your share of fun! So what do you do if you are out on your own and have loads of time to kill? What do you do if it’s your last night in town and you are all raring to go paint it red? Simple. Read and act upon.
1 1- If would prefer a rather sedate last night, refer to GoaTrip’s endorsed Things to Do in Goa.
2 2- Remember, at no point in the night, can you afford to pass out. If you’re buzzed, that’s good enough!
DISCLAIMER: Traveling with a mammoth hangover the next day is a bullet you’d have to bite!
2100 hours: Okay, so packing’s done, your tickets and documents are in order, you just had a long shower and it’s been an hour since you’ve been toying with the idea of going out to the beach for a walk. Stop it already and go out. You don’t visit Goa everyday. Make the most of it while you’re here.
2130 hours: First stop, the local pub. If you’re in North Goa, it is Tito’s at the Baga beach; down South, it’s the Jazz Inn. Start with a couple of tequila shots to go beer – just make sure you’re not doing it on an empty stomach. Now that you’re buzzed enough, move out. Remember, you cannot pass out, you’re alone.
0000 hours: Okay, this is when you’re at your energetic best. The alcohol’s kicking in and adrenaline is pumping. The party has just begun to heat up. Why not try some luck. The Casino Palms at La Calypso is not too far and if you’re carrying some big dollars on you, roll a few die at this or any other popular casino in Goa. A detour we can suggest is a short visit to the Saturday Night Bazaar, provided it’s a, well, Saturday and you have a thing for shopping. This alone should take at least 2-3 hours.
0300 hours: Wrap up the night strolling along the calm beachside of the Calangute, Baga, Anjuna or wherever you are. Saunter on the shore as you welcome the sun, half baked!