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Wednesday, 18 January 2012

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Erin McReynolds Davis

This is one of the places on your itinerary I wanted to see the most - thank you for the Cooperiffic reportage and photos. Meals is ready!

Boots in the Oven

Is meals ready? Meals is ready! Thanks, Erin! I was pretty much in bed drinking electrolytes and nibbling on iddli while Logan was out and about in Goa, so I mostly missed out... but we did get to the beach (next) which was nice.

Jeanne @ CookSister!

Meals is ready? I think Ding Dong should be your new slogan ;o) Great post - Goa has always fascinated me because of the incongruousness of the two cultures living so comfortably side by side. Great to see it through your eyes (and fascinated by that cashew spirit - who'd have thunk??

Boots in the Oven

I like it! Ding Dong it is. I've decided I say HEEYYYOOO! too much, so perhaps I should replace it with Ding Dong. And Goa is fascinating, like Macau... it's just this bit of a veneer that makes the area so different than its surroundings!

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