Review of the book "Lost in Goa"
by Ingrid von Heiseler
but not astray
By Friedhelm Baumgärtner
A desperate mother, beggar in Panjim, capital
of Goa, is searching for her little daughter, in vain. What
do the foreigners who hang around in the park, have to do
with her disappearance? Will the tourist Manuela kill
herself, and if so, how will she do that? And is she also
involved in the disappearance of the child?
Readers learn about the exciting events, but
at the same time many facts about place and time of the
action and of the mood ruling in Goa at the end of the last
century: many older cultivate their nostalgia for the
Portuguese period. Numerous original photos illustrate the
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Review of two travel guides to Goa
Christian Honig reviewed exclusively for IGSG two guides
which include Goa and says: "Those who are planning a trip
to Goa are immediately confronted with the question of which
guide to buy."
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German journalist launches book about Modern
Day Catholicism in Goa
IGSG - Indo German Friendship Society Goa in collaboration with
publisher "Goa, 1556" launched the book of German journalist Christina Fernandes "Passion in Paradise: Modern Day Catholicism in Goa" at
Literati Bookshop and Cafe, Calangute on December 20, 2012.