This market-cum-entertainment place is a must for all you shopaholics. Here the Anjuna nightlife crowd mixes in a setting with crafts and art; Rajastani dancing, hip hop music and fire-juggling; and cocktails and cappuccinos.
Once you've maxed the credit card (or rather bartered, bashed and slashed your original prices in half), why not head out to Cubana's: for 800 rupees a couple you get an open bar, a good mix of Hindi and hip hop, R'n'B tunes, a view from the hills all lit by the moonlight and a massage to boot.
Midway between Baga and Anjuna, just ask the Tuk Tuk driver to take you to Ingo's
A thriving, packed market selling things that local people want to buy. Blankets, bindis, nighties, fruit and vegetables, cosmetics, rope, mounds of chillies and spices, baskets and ironware. Go there by bus or push bike - do you really want to add to India's pollution problems or accident statistics by riding a motor bike? Drink chai, lemon soda or juice at one of the little stalls or enjoy a samosa or dosa, all at very reasonable prices. It's a bit grubby, a bit down at heel, but great for a morning's bargaining and jostling.
A short bus or bike ride away from the main tourist beaches of Anjuna and Baga.
There is a huge market in Anjuna - totally geared towards tourists
but good fun nonetheless - where you can buy silver jewellery and "ethnic"
Think of it as a more fragrant, sun-soaked version of Camden Market
Anjuna market is open every Wednesday. Get there by bus from Mapusa or Panaji.
Paperworks is a modern and airy first-floor shop selling a wide range of beautiful, handmade products, of paper and local natural materials including cards, notebooks and picture frames.
p-2 Pinto Parade, D.Bandodkar Marg, Campal, Panjim.
About 10 minutes drive on the road out of Panjim, overlooking Miramar beach. At Campal, near the hospital, look up to your left for their purple logo.
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