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At a food stall in Goa, the owner asked us where we were from.How the history of Zimbabwe played out on the country’s cricket fields|Trishula Patel|July 19, 2021|Quartz
In Goa, visitors didn’t even have to show a negative covid test.What went so wrong with covid in India? Everything.|Sonia Faleiro|July 5, 2021|MIT Technology Review
In Goa, practically everyone is related by six, or even three or four, degrees of separation.
In Goa, bebinca is called bebik, and it has become the quintessential Goan dessert.
My rollercoaster quest to conquer the eggy, seven-plus-layer Goan dessert Last Christmas, I made the journey from “still-on-lockdown” Mumbai to my “everything-is-normal here” home in Goa, India.
In 2011, Goa's former tourism minister Mickky Pacheco was sentenced to a year's imprisonment for slapping an official.Indian Official: 'Civil Servants are Lazy' and 'Hitting them is Justified'|David Frum|April 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Maybe they are the sort who will escape to Goa and fall into drug addiction when their military service is over?
On the way I shot two goa—Tibetan gazelle—with good heads, and horns over 14 inches long.Mount Everest the Reconnaissance, 1921|Charles Kenneth Howard-Bury
The valley opens out on to a plain where kiangs, Goa and Pantholops antelopes are plentiful.Trans-Himalaya, Vol. 2 (of 2)|Sven Hedin
The small island of Ticuari, in which the city of Goa stands, is situated in lat.
While these disasters attended Soarez, the city of Goa, where Monroy commanded, was threatened with destruction.
Albuquerque anchored for the second time before the bar of Goa on the 22d of November 1510.