No wonder Goa has always been in the limelight for tourism especially for people from Mumbai and nearby places mainly due to its proximity besides being budget-friendly and calming.
When it comes to Goa, it reminds us about beaches and only beaches either from past experience of a visit or having heard from someone or visualized from some Goa scene depicted on television or movie. However, despite beaches, Goa offers a rich experience of nature and its beauty.
With light drizzles to heavy rains, Goa had bestowed us with its different forms of nature. With shady and sunny days, we could experience vivid patterns of sky, winds and tides here.
The skies would rapidly change from fierce yellow to shades of grey. Winds would become more intense and sharp.
I remember at one point in time while we were clicking photos, it suddenly started raining heavily and the winds were so powerful that we could only imagine ourselves flying at any moment. The seas would reclaim the land that belonged to it.
Out of no-where acute tides would reach the beach forming small channels.
Those tiny drops of rains disappearing in the overwhelming water body; the fine line between sky and water fading away amidst dark lonely landscape in which one can only hear winds roaring in ears was no more than a horror scene perceived.
And guess what! Suddenly rains stop, tides become normal, sunshine becomes quite evident and the roller coaster of fear now takes a back-seat.