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  1. Jacqueline Jones
    05/25

    Love this post!
    Do you have a FB page?

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  2. [email protected]
    10/14

    Hi Christine! thank you for your information! I’ll be travelling to Goa in November just for one week. It’s my firs time and I’m looking for a good place where stay. I’d like a place where I can meet a lot of people but I don’t like too hippiy parties and I don’t like getting high. Just have “heakthy” fun 😀 Could you suggest me which place is better? Baga? Anjuna? Arambol? thank you very much.

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  3. Nicole @ WomanSeeksWorld
    03/23

    Great snapshot of Goa – Im visiting in a few weeks and have been slightly nervous about it, but thanks to your post Im ready to rock! I’ll definitely take your advice and escape the tourist trail and get on a scooter – thanks!

    All the best for the rest of your trip!

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    • Christine Ka’aloa
      03/26

      @Nicole: Thanks and wishing you a fun adventure in India!
      @ Laura: Thanks!

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  4. Laura in Cancun
    03/23

    Wow! What a beautiful destination! All the touristy stuff reminds me a bit of my dear Mexico haha

    I love the scenic shots 🙂 The towering palm trees are incredible.

    Good luck with your solo travel! Sounds like everything is going great so far.

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  5. Gray
    03/22

    Lovely photos, Christine. Sounds like you’re getting along just fine. Nothing wrong with figuring out what you like vs. don’t like as compared to others. Which countries intimidate me? All of them that I haven’t yet been to! 🙂

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    • Christine Ka’aloa
      03/23

      @Gray: Thanks Gray. I suppose there’s always a little bit of a fear to foreign places we’ve not visited and can only imagine.

      @Laura: Thanks & you know, I did think of Cancun when I was on the beach… and I’ve not even been to Cancun yet! But Goa is how I imagine Cancun to be!

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  6. Nomadic Chcik
    03/21

    Great round-up of Goa! Your descriptions are very accurate and brings me back to being there! For all your doubts, you seemed to figure things out no matter what. You’re a resourceful, smart cookie hon, don’t forget that ever!

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    • Christine Ka’aloa
      03/23

      @Nomadic Chick: Thanks–for the vote of confidence! Was nice meeting up with you in Goa!

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  7. Chance Alberg
    03/21

    I think Iraq or Afghanistan would be very intimidating. hahaha. Seriously though, I am enjoying your Indian Adventures. I was talking to a girl in Thailand and she has done a great deal of solo travel all over the world, at a very young age. The one place she won’t go on her own? India. Too intense!

    (Too quote Jay-Z, sorta) If you can make it in India, you can make it anywhere. You go GRRRL! I feel proud of you!-chance

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    • Christine Ka’aloa
      03/23

      @Chance: Thanks lady & thanks for your support! India sometimes feels intense. Also was just talking with another traveler trying to pinpoint what makes it feel a bit freaky at times– we came up with the fact there are a LOT of men. EVERYWHERE, all the time and they stare.

      I totally agree with you on Iraq & Afghanistan also. Mucho intense.

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