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story of a pontoon

the story goes,there was a rich man from Mumbai,who builds pontoons and his daughter was getting married,so he invited his guests to Goa and brought his pontoon too,so that they could party on it….but the pontoon ran aground and the party was shifted elsewhere and after months of trying to fish the pontoon out of the sea/ground,they finally had to cut it to pieces…it now lies on the beach and is being moved away hopefully soon…rust and moss have taken charge…i hope they move it soon,but i must try and go shoot it again before that:)


Jimmy James Scooter Tours of Agonda

I know the heading kind of seems out of the place but when you read the post, you will understand that this is not a promotional post and this is not a post about any tour company as such. 535 more words

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green goa

i have taken to driving around the lesser known villages of goa and am treated to fields and more fields of paddy and typical village life…loving it:)


South Goa: R&R


May 2016 has been a very good month, so good that I’ve neglected to share my food and travel experiences on Gluttons Abroad.  Hopefully, this post will get me back into the blogging routine as I sure do have lots of exciting things to write about. 555 more words


green green goa

that time of the year..its all green and the farmers are out in the fields tending to the paddy crop…benaulim


My First Impressions of South Goa

Like I promised before, I am trying to be a bit regular at this. And, to start where I left off, I have to go a little back in time and tell you about my experience with South Goa – my first experience with South Goa to be specific. 763 more words

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