Across from the beach and playground which was our first stop was this fish created from plastics.  The sign in front reads, 
“By 2050 there will be more plastics in our oceans than fish."

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Our next stop was a huge open market where people were making fresh flower arrangements and selling fresh vegetables.

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Latin Quarter in Goa - Fountain’s

We walked through The Latin Quarter in Goa, also known as Fontainhas, a charming and historic neighborhood in the state capital of Panaji.Many of the houses are over 300 years old.

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Basilica of the Born Jesus

The Basilica of Bom Jesus is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Old Goa, India. The basilica was constructed in the late 16th century and is a example of Baroque architecture in India. The body of St. Francis Xavier is preserved in a silver casket and displayed to the public every ten years during the Exposition of the Sacred Relics.

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Spice Plantation

Our last stop was a spice plantation where we cinnamon trees, all spice tree, black pepper plant, coffee plant, jack fruit tree, and had a buffet lunch of typical Indian food.

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