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GOA NO LIMITS ®

Goa No Limits is a Photographic Journey into the Limitless Creativity from and in Goa.

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Eva Genin

Professional Fashion Photographer from France/Italy ( Monaco ). She has been judging Fashion Events and Modeling Shows, in France, Monaco and Italy and has her own website in her name, evagenin.com. Besides Fashion Photography, she is an accomplished Digital Artist, Website Developer and runs international websites and blogs, ( goanolimits.com) besides social networking sites. She was an Ice Skating Champion in Switzerland and later was a professional Ice Skating Coach. and now established in Spain (islas baleares) External Links Eva Genin personal website - Photography website Goa No Limits - Magazine related about Goa lifestyle and photography

La Vie Boheme Fashion Store in Goa

La vie Boheme Goa Beach Shop is the first flagship boutique store of the “La vie Boheme” brand by Vero M. It is a fitting welcome to arguably one of the most popular restaurants in Goa, the chic and trendy Thalassa on Vagator beach. Along with the Vero M. label, the boutique showcases original, elegant, multifaceted collections of chic bohemian women’s wear and jewellery that are comfortable, fashionable and fun.

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Vero M was born in France and left for Barcelona and Ibiza after graduation where she first brought to life her creations. She then moved to Dubai followed by Thailand and she started designing pieces of jewelry. She settled few years in Singapore, spending a lot of time in Bali getting more inspired and started her own label after opening her beach shop in Goa, India. Her brand reflects her inspirations, desires, personality and lifestyle. She now divides her time between India and South east Asia and continues to travel the world.

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La Vie Boheme is the result of Vero M’s search for all things chic and Bohemian. She envisioned the brand after exploring the world only to realize how tough it is to find the perfect bag that was stylish and functional at the same time. Veronique’s love affair with fashion has now evolved into this diverse collection of trendy, yet practical fashion wear. Aside from creating stunningly designed bags, La Vie Boheme by Vero M also includes mesmerizing pieces of jewelry and comfortable clothing that complement perfectly every item on the collection.

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All pieces are put together with the perfect combination of passion and precision, keeping in mind the convenience sought out by versatile individuals who juggle both the city and beach lifestyles. Bags and clothes are light weight, easy to carry pieces. Materials used are hand-picked with love. All the bags consist of 100% leather, and are hand-made. Clothes are made with only the finest fabrics. The jewelry designs are made of silver and partnerships with jewelry from Jaipur that carries amazing collection of antique and precious pieces.

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Our logo, the Lotus Flower, symbolizes the sun and creation in ancient Egypt, spiritual awakening and beauty in Buddhism and Hinduism. The Lotus represents the beauty and strength of a woman, which is defined by ‘La vie boheme’. The collections are made for women of every age, wherever they may be. La Vie Boheme is designed for the strong, independent, bold women on the move who are not afraid to make statements and be noticed.

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Our last collection ” Enchanted forest ” is inspired by the tropical forests of Asia, instilling the illusion of life such as the lotus, bamboos and tropical birds on our hand- painted bags and shoes and embroidered clothes. When ancient handiworks and contemporary fashion meet, enchantment transcends and “La vie boheme by Vero M.” lives to tell its story.

THE BOUTIQUE

The La vie Boheme boutique is located in Vagator as you enter Thalassa Greek Restaurant Elegant, and sophisticated, colourful and relaxed, blending easily with Thalassa’s Mediterranean ambience, the stores decor is a fitting welcome to the ever popular beach Taverna. Alluring bright colours of the leather bags and clothing draw your eyes in…

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We are on Facebook

Hi, I have update the numbers since last past years …. Follow your dreams…

GOA NO LIMITS ®

Thanks for our brilliant social networking guy Arun Lobo, we have today 22,059 Likes !!!!

Post Reach = 299,220

engagement 22,623 talking about !!!!

THANK YOUUUUUU

OFFICIAL FANPAGE : http://www.facebook.com/goanolomitsfanpage

OFFICIAL GROUP  : http://www.facebook.com/groups/goanolimits/

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For celebrating the 22,000 LIKES amazing result and numbers we have create also the very Limited Edition of Goa No Limits Fan page.

goa-no-limits-phone-case-blackberry-z10 Don’t miss the occasion to buy it !!!

here the link: http://dizinga.com/products/goa-no-limits-phone-case

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Limited Edition of phone case for celebrating our 22,000 followers

Dear Friends,

today I am very happy and pleased to announce our fan page has reach 22, 000 followers, real ones and 175,000 people in only one week.

We are rocking for real. For this occasion we want to offer to all our “aficionado” a very Limited Edition with the lowest price and maximum

quality. Using the photos ours fans already use to watch and Love with  likes each days. Buy those 2 phone case here:

http://dizinga.com/products/goa-no-limits-limited-edition-on-the-road-after-the-monsoon-phone-case

http://dizinga.com/products/goa-no-limits-phone-case

http://artist.dizinga.com/artworks/view/6799

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Go ethnic or go home.

Eating for less than 2 $ at the Hilton…..!!!

You wonder if it is a promotion, a scam ,or a joke…far from it…

It is the surprising reality to cross the talent & skills of the former top cook at the Hilton resort in Kuwait for 5 years…Now on the road side in North Goa…!

Missing so much homeland Chief “Cajeton D. Souza” fly back with a simple and strong idea…how to offer my style to multitude of Goan , and the curious foreign visitor ready to test the real local cuisine…

He is so modest that he called his Food Kiosk “ Test & Taste” …as he is so keen for you to have a try…before you will adopt his service of tasty food…

Smiling , charming and dedicated Cajeton has given us an experience of home made goan food for the thrill of 5 star standard…at a price nobody will ever match… A meal with drink and main course for less then 100 rs.

Opening time 4.30 pm
Closing time 10.00 pm
Menu
Chicken Cafreal – 70.00
Chicken Lollypop – 70.00
Chicken Xacuti – 60.00
Chicken Ros Omelette – 30.00
Masala Omelette – 20.00
Chicken Cutlet – 30.00
Fish Cutlet – 35.00
Chicken Tikka – 40.00

Go to the Cross Junction of Calangute on the way to Arpora & Anjuna , this as fast as possible….as you can guess that in very short time there will be a traffic jam !!…

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Dejeuner pour moins de 2 $ a l ‘Hilton …!

 

Une promotion ou une blague…tres loin de cela , et bien au contraire la surprenante réalité de la rencontre avec un chef de grand talent qui est l’ancien chef de l’Hilton Resort au Koweit pendant 5 ans…

On le retrouve maintenant a une intersection de route au plein Coeur de la campagne du Nord de Goa…!

Sa patrie lui manquait tellement que le chef “Cajeton D. Souza” est revenu avec une simple idée en tête…Faire gouter aux Goanais et aux touristes curieux, le vrai gout de la cuisine locale.

Il est si modeste qu’il l’a appeler (en traduction de son petit panneau) Tester & Gouter…vous conduisant ainsi a apprécier ses petits plats avant de les adopter complètement …

Souriant et sympa , Cajeton , nous a donne un bel aperçu de la qualité des mets Goanais avec une qualité 5 étoiles a la “Hilton”…et a un prix que jamais personne ne pourra concurrence. Un repas avec soft drink pour 100 rs indienne, il ouvre son kiosque a 16:30 et repart a 22:00.

Menu
Chicken Cafreal – 70.00
Chicken Lollypop – 70.00
Chicken Xacuti – 60.00
Chicken Ros Omelette – 30.00
Masala Omelette – 20.00
Chicken Cutlet – 30.00
Fish Cutlet – 35.00
Chicken Tikka – 40.00

Allez vite au croisement de la route de Calangute dans la direction d’Arpora et d’Anjuna avant que la foule arrive …et cree un embouteillage de plus….

Goa all set for Bonderam festival this August!

Very cool Festival, we should note this somewhere 😉 Thanks for sharing…. Eva with Love

Colin D’Cruz …Goodbye Indigo Goa Grooves…Good Morning TV Show !!!

Yesterday I had this communication inside my mailbox, and my friend and artist Colin D’Cruz who is the most active musician I never met, give me a very good news for his very awesome career:now  he’s going to be on TV SHOW :

Colin D’ Cruz said:” I turned music producer after close to four decades of live performance. Five star hotel residencies, concerts, music festivals, international tours and just about every genre of music contributed to my continuously updated music vocabulary. Turning music producer was the most natural development in my career. Producing other artiste’s music gives me greater joy than producing my own. I set up a recording studio in Goa and went about doing just that and in a span of three years I produced over eighty originals many of which topped international internet charts. The world was ready for original western music from India but India wasn’t. Right through my career I only encountered record labels who knew exactly what every Indian wanted and that was songs to be sung in Hindi. It was just about the same with radio stations. Granted, we live in a country ruled by bollywood and Hindi is a major language. English speaking people in India may be a minority but then again when we talk even a tiny percentage of India, we are talking the population of an entire European country. Indigo 91.9 FM is probably the only radio station in the country to see this perspective, taking on the might of bollywood by broadcasting only international music in India. Most of the songs I have been producing has been in English and Indigo 91.9 was my only hope to have my music broadcast locally. It took me a long time to convince the heads that western music being produced in India easily matches and in many cases even outclasses international releases. I had documented my tracks that topped thousands of worldwide entries on internet charts and this finally convinced them to give my music a shot. The 29th of July 2012 will go down as a historical day for local talent in Goa when ‘Indigo Goa Grooves’ went on air in a one year long weekly broadcast. In just three months the slickly produced two hour broadcast grew into the most popular radio show in Goa, with people actually staying tuned right through the two hour show that featured a different local artiste as a guest every week. It has been one exciting journey and the curtains come down on yet another phase in my career. The final broadcast of Indigo Goa Grooves goes on air on the 21st of July featuring some of my favourite excerpts from past shows.  Colin D’Cruz ”

 

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Can you name this Goan artist?

Awesome !!! Thanks for sharing …..

Goenchi Mathi

A happy Goan village scene (on paper 10x15in) was estimated at £4,000-6,000 and shot up to £22,000 (£27,000, $39,930 incl premium) at an auction held at Christie’s in 2010

☛ Do you know who was artist?
Well, here are some hints. He was Goan from the village of‎ Saligao. He was expelled from St. Xavier’s College (Bombay) for drawing graffiti in the loo. He claimed he was only correcting the original graffiti because it was so bad but the priests didn’t buy that. Later he was suspended from the prestigious Sir J. J. School of Art, in 1945 because of his support for theQuit India Movement. He was also the founding member of the ‘Progressive Artists’ Group of Bombay‘, and was the first post-independence Indian artist to achieve high recognition in the West.

Can you name this Goan artist?

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goa without the beaches

Thanks to Merry to go around , for this amazing sharing I Love it !

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usually a post on a holiday in goa would begin with the sea, and end with the sea and there would be many mentions of the sea in between all of that too… words about the lovely beaches, the lovely sand, the private beach which you couldn’t reach, the lounging, the shacks, ‘susegad’, the packed shacks, martin’s corner, sunset at betalbatim, interspersed with vegetarians cribbing about the lack of options and the meat eater canoodling with ‘children of sea’, but it always comes back to the sea and the beaches… the white… the blue… the foam… the froth… gentle waves… silent… peaceful… calm… this year, we muddled up the mix. we went to goa in the monsoons… so whats the big deal?

this picture says it all… and we encountered it everywhere… so the one main reason to goa was wiped out, but we wanted to see what else we could do…

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