With these things in mind, I chose to visit Goa with my kid Aaron in the month of August. We knew that during this part of the year, Goa is ideal for those who are looking for a calm and peaceful break from the busy life of the cities. We could hardly find any vendors on the beaches during this part of the year because they migrate to other places in search of better business. It looked everything was set like the amazing showers, lush-green trees dancing in the winds, Western Ghats with a carpet of greenery and of course the canopy of clouds over the head.
During the afternoon, it was drizzling and my son had fallen asleep after having some delicious dishes for lunch. I chose to spend some lone time and decided to walk along the beaches in the rain. The sound of the violent and roaring seas along with drops of water rolling down my cheeks and the wet sand beneath my feet took me to a different world of ecstasy. We also visited a number of waterfalls located in the southern portion of the city as we knew that they were functional only during the rainy season.