A couple Months ago I went to Arambol in India with my mum and I loved it it was my second time there. So today I started writing about it. I found this project fun and I found a few facts out my self. Tomorrow I am probably going to write about mount Shasta in California because mum had a workshop offer over there



Arambol is an old fisherman’s town in north Goa, India. Goa is a very popular tourist destination because of its beautiful beach. The town on the coast of the Indian Ocean is also a very popular tourist destination because of its wide variety of different courses you can become a yoga teacher and even a massage therapist out there. Culture, is one of the highest rated things in Arambol. There are many beautiful things to be seen in Arambol.


Culture is very rich in Arambol this is because of the high population of Hindus but also there is a faith that you would not think was there and that is Christianity. The faith of Christianity was brought over when the Portuguese took over Arambol introduced Christianity. With the Hindus it would introduce Diwali, which is the Hindu Festival of light. On the Arambol beach every night there is a drum circle were anyone can bring his or hers drum along and play. You can also dance inside of the circle and that is great fun. The Christianity also introduced Christmas so that means that the Hindus over there celebrate Christmas!


Arambol Beach is said to be one of the prettiest beaches in the world and from my experience of being there it is. The water on the beach is from the Indian Ocean and is very salty. There has been a large increase in the number of jellyfish in Arambol over the last couple of years. When I was in Arambol one stung me. Just of the beach there is also a market which is great and very cheap indeed. Accommodation is also really easy to find in Arambol this is because all along the beach are huts that are taken down during the monsoon. THey are very simple but great for just sleeping in.


Over all Arambol is a great place to visit and thousands of tourists would agree with that.



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