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The Rough Guide to Goa

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"The Rough Guide to Goa "is the most thoroughly researched and engagingly-written guide to Portugal's former colony. You'll find detailed accounts of every major tourist sight, along with candid reviews of all the best places to sleep, eat, drink and shop, in all price ranges. The title includes first-hand coverage of the regions resorts, beaches, markets, monuments, templ ...more
Paperback, 399 pages
Published September 17th 2007 by Rough Guides Limited (first published December 1st 1995)
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An effective travel guide to the beaches of Goa. Nice background section on the history of India and the Portuguese colonization of its west coast. Includes a chapter on Mumbai, helpful since that's the port of entry for most Westerners traveling to Goa.
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