Girl Gone Goa

Travel, sex, magic, and cycling in an Indian state

Photos June 23, 2009

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Panjim, Goa's capital city, and the Fontainhas Portuguese quarter

City: Panjim and the Fontainhas old Portuguese quarter

Vintage Indian-made Hercules bicycle leaning against lilac wall in Fontainhas, Panjim, Goa.

Bicycles: vintage, Atlas, Hercules, and Indian cycles in Goa, India.

Subodh Kerkar installation, Mojim Beach

Art: Subodh Kerkar’s installation at Mojim Beach in Goa, India.

Goa Cycle Club: Panjim to Chorao Island

Cycling: Goa Cycle Club cycles from Panjim to Chorao Island

Cycling with Hostelling International in Goa, India

Cycling: a 5-day expedition with Hostelling International (YHAI)

 

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2 Responses to “Photos”

  1. ThatManViv Says:

    ahhhhhhh candolim … how I know it well ….. how I have seen the changes …. ten years ago nakid sunbathing was permitted but not on the beds, it was enjoyed between candolim and calangute where the beach is the widest and vegetation grew in a hollow that disguised the view from the average beach walker or bedlayer …. but now the minimum dress accepted is a thong or g-string, which, in the view of many, is far more alluring anyway.

    Bicycles sales are now declining fast and the scooter, the motorbike and the car are being chosen because loans are readily accessible and the goan people don’t care if they spoil and pollute their air.

    Take a look at the skyline from any candolim beach shack ten minutes before sunset and see the haze, then watch the sun disappear over the horizon – if you can. I say if you can because you can’t. The smog hides it completely.

    There are no more beautiful sunset photos to be taken there, and believe me when I say that I have taken the most glorious sunset photos from candolim beach in years gone by. Alas, today’s visitors will never catch them again.

  2. raja raghu Says:

    hello guys i have coming goa first time and when i am coming goa and seen here feeling much batter


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