Goa- German expat experiences needed


#1 Jun 19th, 2007, 16:18
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Hello,

Search contacts to Germans in Goa after Goa emigrated.
Who can give me tips to the life in Goa?
For each message best into German, I now already thank you

Greg
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#2 Jun 19th, 2007, 20:01
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You may wish to pay a visit to Casa Romero on the border of Candolim and Calungcute (near Bob's Inn but on the other side of the road, there is a sign). This small guest house and restaurant is run by Rosa, a German women who has been in Goa for about 30 years and knows lots of other Germans living in Goa.

Her restaurant serves pretty good German food too.
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Originally Posted by birds View Post You may wish to pay a visit to Casa Romero on the border of Candolim and Calungcute (near Bob's Inn but on the other side of the road, there is a sign). This small guest house and restaurant is run by Rosa, a German women who has been in Goa for about 30 years and knows lots of other Germans living in Goa.

Her restaurant serves pretty good German food too.
do you have possibly the email address from there?
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Originally Posted by grzegorz View Post do you have possibly the email address from there?
Full details are:
Hotel Casa Romero Schnitzel House
Escrivao Waddo, Candlim, Bardez 43 515
tel: 0832 - 2489461
sunrosein@yahoo.com
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Goa- German expat experiences needed

Hello all.

Are there any German members who have moved to Goa?

What are your experiences in Goa?

Are there any German specific websites on this subject?

EDIT NOTE by sb.

2 threads have been joined/merged, so some posts may appear to be in the wrong order.
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#6 Jun 19th, 2007, 21:10
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Originally Posted by steven_ber View Post Hello all.

Are there any German members who have moved to Goa?

What are your experiences in Goa?

Are there any German specific websites on this subject?

Greg should find some useful information right here...

www.indien-aktuell.de
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...ahem just checked that link again and found out that Greg obviously DIDNT find any useful information here and took up some advice to join Indiamike...

I thought it’s just the language barrier which makes his tone so rude...but its not
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Talking

LOL Annett. Thailand it is then I guess Thai board moderators don't eat posters for breakfast
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I have sent you the information you need in german... plz check your private messages...
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So we don't have to tell him about the visa issues, or the fact that he wouldn't be able to buy property?

In Any language?

I'll take tomorrow off, then
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Life gets aadhar every day.
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Originally Posted by Nick-H View Post So we don't have to tell him about the visa issues, or the fact that he wouldn't be able to buy property?

In Any language?

I'll take tomorrow off, then
No Nick - as you wanted to eat him straight away and no Indiamiker was able to give him useful answers he decided to go to Thailand. I hope the Altavista-Thai is better then the English version…
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I think he should ask some questions on www.thaivisa.com
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We try.

We actually, really do try!

Close the thread, then, eh?

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