Swaying palms, white sands and sparkling waters: the three essential elements that attract 2 million visitors annually to Goa’s balmy shores are plentiful in this tiny, glorious slice of India hugging the country’s western coastline and bounded by the Arabian Sea.
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Goa is one of India’s smallest states, but also one of its richest and best educated. It was a Portuguese colony until 1961, for 450 years! We traveled to Old Goa to tour 3 of their churches which are all ...
Posted in MORE SERENITY FOR THE CHAPLAIN AND ME by Swenigale
From Aurangabad, I took a first train to Mumbai where I saw again Rupali and Sonali. Their mother cooked for me and excellent prawns with rice dish and a fish. And I took a second train direction Goa, more precisely Margao. In the train I met other travellers and after a night in the sleeper class ...
Posted in Trip through Asia, from India to Japan! by ChachaInAsia