Seafarer/Blogger/Traveller Rudolph.A.Furtado at Mango market with the flavour of the season fruits being local mangoes.
Observing the Sunset from “Sunset Point” in Khandala.
Landmark “Margao Municipal Council Building” which has 19 arcs spanning the length of this historic Portuguese era building. built in 1905.
Seafarer/Blogger/Traveller Rudolph.A.Furtado snorkeling in the Sitanadi river in Kachur village of Barkur Town in Udupi district of Karnataka.
At Dona Paula Viewpoint:Get to see the confluence of Mandovi & Zuari rivers of Goa..
A view of Karwar beach in Karnataka. Karwar port can be seen in the e.
Maternal Grandfather owned reasonable land part of which was reclaimed by the Government for building the Highway and Bridge.The original bridge was opened in 1963 and this is the statistics of the recent second bridge constructed for broadening NH66 highway.
Riding on Highway NH66 ( Former NH 17) from Goa to Barkur stopped at my mothers ancestral farmhouse bungalow situated at the base of Mabukala bridge on the banks of the scenic Sitanadi river.Nostalgic memories of childhood holiday’s spent on this sprawling farm estate that resembled a private island as its location as seen in this photo makes it totally isolated from nearby human habitation except for rice fields and coconut plantations.
Had ridden 556 Kms by motorcycle from Mumbai to Goa.
Travelled 830 Kms by motorcycle from Mumbai to Barkur with a few day’s rest stop in Goa.A early morning breakfast in Barkur , the ancestral residence of my father.