1. Start with lunch at Palacio Do Deao. This is an old Portuguese mansion that blends Hindi and European architecture - it's quite a sight! The food is also a mix of Indian and Portuguese, and it's delicious.
2. The sunsets in Goa are legendary, and I think the best place to enjoy them is at Vagator Beach. Here, you can overlook the Arabian Ocean at my new restaurant, Antares. Yes, I'm a little bit biased, but try the cocktails and tell me I'm wrong!
3. Another amazing place for sunsets - and well, the whole day - is Arambol Beach. Join in a drum circle - they're held every night - and feel the spirit of the locals. It's pretty amazing!
4. Go for a surf at Ashwem Beach. Vaayu Waterman's Village will set you up with everything you need for surfing, kayaking, kitesurfing and more
5. Explore the huge flea market at Anjuna. You could - and should! - spend hours walking through it, picking up everything from stunning, unique trinkets to jewellery to homewares. The market is held every Wednesday between October and April.
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The flavours and crunch of the nashi slaw are a great complement to the rich ribs. This is one of the dishes I shared with my mother when she came to visit when I was setting up my restaurant, Antares.
At my restaurant Antares we serve this mango kulfi as a refreshing dessert. The oat crunch is definitely worth making – it’s a great texture and flavour combination. If you have time, try making the coconut mousse too.