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Goa is a paradise of virgin beaches, quaint whitewashed chapels and churches, old temples, crumbling forts, and a fun-loving people. Sleepy little villages are set amidst emerald green rice fields, surrounded by coconut groves. In 1510, the Portuguese conquered Goa, and left behind traces of culture and customs that blended with the simple Goan lifestyle. For a real break from the urban jungle, Goa’s laid back ‘susegad’ way of life is a welcome diversion. You can enjoy music and dance, and spice your life with some famous Goan dishes. Aromatic chicken xacuti, fresh seafood, and the local drink feni are all worth a try. A trip to Goa is incomplete without an Old Goa tour. Known for its Gothic churches, one of the largest of the churches is the Se Cathedral. The holy shrine of the Basilica of Bom Jesus, also in Old Goa, houses the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier. Roman Catholics consider this a particularly important pilgrimage.