Exploring Goa – XVIII


By Kartik Kannan

1The ferry is once in 20 minutes, and plies between Keri and Tiracol, and takes passengers for free, and charges for the vehicles that they bring along! Yes, People bring their cars and 2 wheelers in the ferry to get over to the other side!

2The old world charm of going in a slow ferry, has to be experienced in Goa. You get similar ferries in the crossing between Ribandar and Divar Island, in Central Goa too.

19If you happen to cross over at Sunset, there’s a lovely orange that’s going to merge with the blue of your ferry to make you fall in love with nature’s colors!

20You have an upper deck on the ferry too, if you want to photograph sunsets with peace!

3Once you cross over to the other side, there’s a small café where you come across a football enthusiast, who runs the shack! A place to catch a quick beer, while waiting for your return ferry!

-1While waiting, it suddenly dawns that the opposite side looks more scenic!

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But, if you have the sun setting on your side of the island, you’d be happy to not notice the 20 minute long wait till the same ferry comes back!

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