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Local Traditions of Goa

October 6, 2017 Guest 0

Goa has a rich local tradition with quaint peculiarities that are common to the Goan community. The mixed Portuguese flavor can be sensed in almost every walk of Goa’s life, from its architecture and music […]

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Goa Fairs & Festivals

October 5, 2017 Guest 0

Goa has a unique blend of socio-religious culture. Being a predominantly Roman Catholic society, there are more Christian festivals in Goa. The Goanese calendar is marked by several feast days, thanksgiving, monsoon celebrations, and processions, […]

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Entertainment in Goa!

October 4, 2017 Guest 0

Goa is a veritable entertainment paradise where you don’t have to go searching for opportunities to have some fun. For Goa is a living breathing entertainment destination that offers innumerable activities of every hue and […]

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Cuisine of Goa

October 3, 2017 The Three Hungry Men 0

Goan cuisine is a blend of different influences through the centuries, and though the recipes and techniques have changes and evolved over the years, the basic ingredients remain the same. The staple components of typical […]

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Goa Feni – Intoxicating

October 2, 2017 The Three Hungry Men 1

Goa is synonymous with the intoxicating locally brewed Feni, a clear and potent drink that surely deserves is fame. There are two kinds of Feni, one which is made from palm sap drawn from shoots […]

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To Mahe and Back – A Memorable Journey

September 16, 2016 Guest 0

The title pretty much rhymes with the song ‘To the moon and back’ by Savage Garden and trust me, the journey was nothing less than a ‘lunar mission’. I had to attend my friend’s wedding […]

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Our first ever motorbike ride – The 300

January 30, 2016 Arun 0

Continued from my  previous post -“Our first ever motorbike ride – First gear” . Yes, we rode almost 300KM on our first ever motorbike ride and it was fun. We were happy; every kilometer we […]

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The Big People

January 1, 2016 Tanmay Tiwari 0

The only sound that frequently interrupted the calm silence of the village was when the flowing waters of the Mekong met the rocks at the riverbank. The Chea family was sound asleep inside their wooden […]