Goa’s Little Secret

Goa’s Little Secret

I remember a friend constantly barraging me for updates on what Goa is like. Goa is famous for its long stretch of beach and is considered as one of the major tourist attractions of Western India.  

Sand Castle Guesthouse & Sand Witch Art Cafe. 
What a cool name!

Marx and I had the luxury of staying two nights in this quiet city. There are many big and posh resorts here but I guess staying in a cozy guesthouse will help you feel more at home. 

The Sand Witch Art Cafe and Guesthouse is one of such. Located along the main road, this little cafe also offers A/C and Non-A/C rooms.  Do not be fooled by their humble facade for the food is affordable and incredible!  The modest structures of this cozy cafe do not do justice to the type of service and food it offers.  

Cafe, double fan room with private bath
You will definitely want more of this Mozzarella Cheese Pizza
We stayed in a simple but quite spacious double fan room with private bath. The bed was big  enough I think four people could sleep comfortably in it. The rooms has a large window which allows fresh air to come in and provide a glimpse of the sky outside. Though they do not yet offer free WiFi, the cafe is just about a 10-minute walk to the almost-deserted Candolim beach!
Chicken Wings with Blue Cheese Aioli
Peanut Butter and Jelly
Our plates always looks like this after every meal 😉
Tomato Mozzarella Bruschetta is a salivating combination of sweet and tangy flavors. We did not regret having this on our table

 Burger and Fries and Orange Juice

Chicken Wings

Truly this yummy cafe is Goa’s little secret. I hope their unique brand of hospitality and food service will just get better. I will not have second thoughts staying here again. This time, I will choose to stay in one of the A/C rooms, munch on those mouth-watering chicken wings and hope that outside, it will rain.  

The Sand Castle & Sand Witch Art Cafe

Facebook:  The Sand Witch Art Cafe

Address:   House number 1092, Escrivao Vaddo, Candolim, Bardez, Goa, India
               (Infront of Novotel Resort)

E-mail:    shayartravels@gmail.com
Website:  www.sandwitchcafe.webs.com 

Other parts in this series

Part 1  How to Apply for an Indian Tourist Visa
Part 2  Smyle Inn 🙂
Part 3  Karan’s Guesthouse: Your Home in Jaipur
Part 4  The Sunny Sunflower Guesthouse
Part 5  You are on it!
Part 6  One Night in Kuala Lumpur 
Part 7  Brave in Bangalore
Part 8  The Ghost of Goa
Part 9   Magnificent Mumbai
Part 10 What to Wear in India for Women Travelers
Part 11 Romantic Udaipur 
Part 12 Israel, Morocco and the Fort of Chittorgargh
Part 13 Pondering in the Pink City
Part 14 New Delhi Baby!
Part 15 The Red Fort
Part 16 Whirling Emotions
Part 17 Varanasi’s Traditions 
Part 18 Kolkata and Calcutta
Part 19 Off to Pattaya!
Part 20 India Trip at a Glance
Part 21 India Trip Backpacking Expenses

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