Author: Aditi Malhotra

Professional Brand Strategy Planner/Passionate Home Baker/Enthusiastic Photographer/BigTime Foodie/Love Painting, Cooking, Traveling, Reading, Writing, Listening to Music/Active Blogger

12 Most Instagrammable Restaurants In North Goa

Goa is truly heaven on the face of this earth and I feel so blessed to call it home. In Goa, beauty typically lies in every nook and corner and you don’t have to really search for it. Click a picture wherever you stand, and it will turn out to be good and when it comes to restaurants, Goa has some of the most beautiful restaurants that our country can boast off. Even though the list can be endless, I am sharing the top 10 restaurants that I feel fall in the most beautiful category and are truly Instagram worthy.

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Why Woodburn’s Whisky Needs A Place In Your Bar?

To set things straight, let me tell you I have never been a whisky person, but trying new things is something I always love doing. When I got to know about Woodburn’s whisky and its unique charcoal flavour, I could not resist the temptation to try. I have to admit that in first go the charcoal and smoky flavour is a little too overwhelming, but as you take more sips, the taste grows on you.

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The Honeymoon Of Your Dreams

Planning a wedding is fun, but you’d be lying if you didn’t say that the honeymoon is definitely the most exciting parts. It’s knowing that you and your partner are going to be able to escape for a week, two, or maybe even three, and just have time to enjoy being a married couple. Some people wait a few weeks or even months to go on their honeymoon, but we definitely wouldn’t recommend doing that. A honeymoon is something that you should follow so closely after your wedding, or the novelty of it just begins to wear off.

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#CoastalPlates At Mahe Call For All Your Attention!

There have been many occasions when I feel that along with a passion, and partial profession, blogging is also a blessing. As a blogger, many a times I have attend events, which are beyond the reach of common people, I have witnessed screening of movies and shows before their worldwide releases, I have eaten at places before they have opened doors for public, and at all such times I feel very privileged, lucky and blessed to do so.

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