Tourist pictures from Goa
Travelling to Goa
Kathleen & Computer
Coco & Baga
Mandrem & El Shaddai
Leaving for Norway
Back in Norway
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Summing it all
Textual stuff about Goa
|Martin T. to the right had pleasant
and fascination trip to Goa, visiting his sponsored children, Rupa and Ruthu
(R&R) in the period above.
Unfortunately, only for a week this time. R&R are at the left below. This time he went to give a PC to his oldest sponsored kid,
Martin visits Goa on a regular basis. Here are the dates
and URLs for his previous visits:
Martin with Rupa & Ruthu
India has some 1100 mill people and have an area of 3,3 mill km2.
Ten times the size of Norway. Goa on the other hand has 1,4 mill inhabitants and the area is 3000 km2.
Goa is the richest of the Indian provinces.
Above, you have a map that show where Goa is situated in India. The weather
at Goa from BBC.
Compare this to the weather in
|Goa is situated on the West
Coast of India. Goa used to be a Portuguese colony from 1510 till 1961 when the
Indian Army invaded and annexed Goa.
On the link you have the details of the military operations.
The former Portuguese colony of Goa is one of the most relaxed places in India.
In the seventies when all of India was full with European and American hippies,
Goa was really packed with them. Now most of the hippies have left, but new
travelers keep pouring in. More textual stuff
on Goa and you can have a look at this slideshow from the net.
The pictures below
and on the following pages, are all thumbnails, meaning they are small
copies of the real thing. You just click on the thumbnails, and you get the
full picture in a separate window. Just click the picture to get the full
To the left a
more detailed map of Goa with the main places and roads. This is taken from
To the right, you have a
detailed map of the province Goa. .
with train from Norway
||The bleak, dark, frosty line tracks at Tønsberg
The arriving train in the dark.
It was 2015 hours and the train was 15 minutes late. Not unusual.
||Arriving at the Oslo Airport, Gardemoen. Now it
was time to sleep sitting up before the departure the next morning at 0515.
The plane departed on time.
The following day,
Wednesday February 23rdh, we arrived in Goa late. It is 4,5 hours
time difference from Norway, so we lost these hours on the way there, but will
reclaim them on the way back.