Cows Strolling or Patrolling!!

I have been away for more than a month, reasons are many, but to cite the important ones – my laptop busted and real bad, when finally it was up and running I had a new schedule in place (jogging in the morning and focus on Fitness) left me exhausted and I couldn’t really dedicate time to writing or anything to with blogging. And, I was also working on other ideas for my start-up. But, I missed my blog and sharing amazing experiences with readers and fellow travelers. And, so, I’m back!!

Goa, in India, is a place which never fails to surprise and excite, I have covered few of the beaches in earlier posts. This is a photo story of the Majorda Beach in South of Goa. We visited this place in the morning, so it wasn’t really bustling with crowd, there were decent number of people plus the Sun was ruthless. Here we were, enjoying the uninterrupted view under shade but not for long, cows soon caught our interest, and they were all over the beach, taking a morning walk probably, hope you enjoy the pictures 🙂

Majorda 1.1

Majorda 3

Majorda 2

Majorda 5Majorda 7Majorda 4

Hope you have a rocking weekend. For more interesting write-ups on Goa, feel free to explore –

Benaulim Beach – As radiant as it can get

The Betul Beach – Where Sal meets the Sea



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20 thoughts on “Cows Strolling or Patrolling!!

  1. loved the cows

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  2. Well, welcome back. Sometimes we need these breaks, planned or unplanned, to rejuvenate. Great shots as always. 🙂

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  3. Wow the beach looks so clean and pristine!

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  4. Some cows had ropes around their neck. Why would that be? Great shots as always!

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    • Hi Peter!
      Apology for the delayed response.
      In India, there is a practice of putting leash on the pet or domesticated animals, if it were not enough, when people keep Parrots or other birds, they mostly are kept in a cage! It’s horrible. Things are changing now but not enough.

      Thank you, I’m glad you liked the pictures.


  5. Author: Sadaf Siddiqi

    Great snaps.

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  6. Welcome back! You have been away for long! Good to see you and looking forward to more! And you are in Goa!! 😍

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  7. Beautiful snaps and write. Welcome back

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  8. welcome back – your blog were missed – glad all is well!!!

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  9. Hey! Nice to see You back! I am happy Your computer is feeling better and wish You a wonderful fitness journey! Lovely pics, as always. Huge Hugs and Cheers!!! 🤗💖☀️

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  10. Beautiful beach pictures, and I’ve never seen cows on a beach! Wow, that was something 🙂

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  11. Absolutely Beautiful

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  12. Welcome back. I have never seen cows on a beach. It is really unique though. It is really indeed to read your amazing travel blogs 😃😃😃!!!

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  13. I’ve never seen cows on a beach! Beautiful pictures of a surprising sight! 🙂

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    • Thank you !! Mine too was first encounter with cows on the beach. However in India, you’ll find cows pretty much everywhere including middle of the busy roads and public parks.

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  14. It is always a beautiful sight to see cows on a beach. We do see them as well sometimes here in Sri Lanka and always enjoy the juxtaposition of waves, and the slow meandering of the cows. Nice photos!

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