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With an array of vibrant floats and streets full of energetic locals, Goa Carnival 2017 is ‘The Place’ to be this February. From masquerading characters in spectacular costumes to the troupes of dancers and musicians, entertainers leave no stone unturned when it comes to this 4-day fiesta.
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The events in Goa are aplenty throughout the year irrespective of the tourists inflow or the seasonal changes. Without much ado, we give you some of the best local tips posted by locals over this week that caught our eye. It will surely catch yours too! 😉
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Kathi Roll, Falafel Roll, Frankie, Shawarma. Many avatars, one true form – the wrap is here to stay. Easy to make, crunchy, take-it-on-the-go and dripping with taste, these wraps have captured the taste buds of all demographics, from clingy 5 years olds to rebellious teenagers to exhausted 9 to 5 white collar men.
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New Year obviously calls for some new Lokaso tips. January in Goa is so much packed with events and festivals that the tourists who come to Goa during these days have no chance of getting bored here.
For starters, here are some brand new tips given by the locals of Goa on the Lokaso App.
Hooray! Hooray! It’s a Holi-Holiday. Yes, It’s time for kids to sing this song as Christmas is fast approaching and winter vacation is about to start. One of everyone’s favorite traditions over this season is sweets, lots and lots of them! Though you don’t get a 10-day vacation like kids, you can join them in relishing some of the super-delicious Christmas treats from Goa listed below: