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Old Jul 14th 2010, 10:32 am   #16
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did some travelling in India many years ago but never quite made it to Goa,due to the monsoon timing,but will have a holiday there one day. When's the best time and best are to go for an older couple not mad on nightlife or noise?
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Hi,
did some travelling in India many years ago but never quite made it to Goa,due to the monsoon timing,but will have a holiday there one day. When's the best time and best are to go for an older couple not mad on nightlife or noise?
Hi Chrissy

Goa is best between November and March as the weather is at its best. April and May get a bit too humid and then it's monsoon time.
If you want very quiet then South Goa is for you - and it is beautiful there.

Best thing to do is to contact me on pm nearer the time you are planning to go there and I will gladly help and advise in any way I can - may even buy you a beer when you get there.

Dread - x
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Thanks Dread,it may be some years so don't hold your breath!
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