This beach had been reccommended to us by Indians in Goa and Cochin and we therefore decided to get a train down south to see for ourselves. the beach was frequented by a lot of local people who were not used to seeing ''white'' people and therefore followed you on the beach and stared at your for uncomfortable lengths of time. It was the most uncomfortbale I had felt on a beach and I therefore decided to keep my clothes on instead of sunbathing on the first day. On our second day we strolled the length of the beach and discovered an area of sunbathing tourists and decided to sunbathe. I had groups of men then stand around me a proceed to take photos and they could not understand why this was rude. We then took a dip in the water and discoverd it wasn't very clean, with rubbish floating in the sea and obvious oil on the surface of the water. the current was also very strong and not great for swimming but it would have been OK to swim further if you had a surf board as waves broke further out. All in all I would say the beach in Goa are much nicer (Candolin and Pallolem in particular), I would not waste my time or money travelling to this beach.
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