Rohan Fernandes & Venita Gomes
WHAT'S THE BUZZ?
From selling freshly caught crabs to organic veggies to wild berries and more, Goa's streets are always buzzing with vendors, selling local produce.
In the vicinity of a religious site -- a temple or cross -- you can find people selling garlands and flowers.
Summer is the best time to find a variety of mangoes all over Goa.
Locals also put up little kiosks and small roadside stalls to sell millets, onions, rice and other culinary ingredients, which are organic and healthy.
Many passersby and commuters stop when they spot local berries, such as kanda, chunna, jamun, being sold along the road as these are delicious and seasonal.
BEAT THE HEAT
You can find tender coconut water being sold along the roadside, and this serves as a refreshing thirst quencher.
Local watermelon is another fruit that is sold along Goa's roads, especially in summer.