Tuesday, December 2, 2008

New year party welcome new year Goa beaches

Happy new year
Goa is a fun destination and tourists have many ways to party. Dance with the pulsating Goan trance on the soft sands of Goa beaches with a glass of feni and feel the magic of a fun-filled holiday vacation. Drive to the border of Calangute and Candolim to start your last December evening at the Pine Shack.
A bonfire or a beachside barbeque is organised for the tourists and the ambience swells to burst in merriment. Play a guitar or listen to the world famous Goa’s trance music or somebody’s freshly acquired rave CDs, or just listen to the rhythm of the waves coming in while you sip your favourite cocktail. End your evening with a party cruise on the Mandovi River.
There is music and dancing together with a mouthwatering cuisine, and you have lovely views to behold. If you are staying in a beach resort or hotel, you can have a gala time. The opulent loobies are trimmed with radiant ribbons and exquisite parquetry, that make them a holiday paradise.
Nights pulsate with Christmas songs which eventually lead up to Goan trance as the night continues. You can also extend your holiday till February when you can be a part of the world famous Goa carnival. Be a part of the colourful parades of music and lavish floats, that gifts the sun kisssed sands of Goa a new life for three days.
The celebration of the new year is the oldest of all holidays and dates back to the ancient Babylon about 4000 years ago. Although the early Catholic Church condemned the festivities as paganism, today you can see the white washed chapels of Goa being decorated in Christmas which continues till the beginning of new year.
Adorned in colouful papers and poinsettias, the whole ambience of the sacred churches illuminate with the vibrant aroma of candles that create a magnificent sight. Since this is a time when the whole world makes plan for a holiday, it makes it easier for people - who stay abroad but close to our hearts – to return home and experience the thrill of celebrating the new year with family and friends.
Parties often last into the middle of the night after the ringing in of a new year with a belief that what one eats or does on the first day affects the luck throughout the year. It is indeed a fun to celebrate the first few minutes with persons close to our heart and this may be the reason that we await January 1 for the whole year.

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