Ten years later, Goa still uneasy over the impact of tourism:
http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/pdfplus/10.1108/09596119910250977

https://www.academia.edu/2501579/Ten_Years_Later_Goa_Still_Uneasy_Over_the_Impact_of_Tourism
(This is an old paper).

FN

On 6 August 2017 at 09:28, Albert Peres <afpe...@3129.ca> wrote:

> >>young left-wing pro-independence youths vandalised cash machines, shops
> and businesses<<
>
> One political party wants to separate because they believe their culture
> is worth preserving. Once they separate they will be super gung-ho for
> international tourism. Come see our culture ... They'll need the attention
> and foreign spending.
>
> Somewhat hypocritical, and living in the past. The area enjoys a great
> degree of self-government and anatomy. That's a win-win.
>
> Of and interesting note Catholic Goans owe much to the Basque as both
> Ignatius of Loyola and Francis Xavier, were Basques...If they did not
> arrive there would be no Goa as we know it.
>
> And just maybe Goans have inherited, for good or bad, some of the famous
> Basque stubbornness...
>
> --
> Albert Peres
>
> afpe...@3129.ca
> 416.660.0847 cell
>
> --- FNoronha wrote Tourism, elsewhere ---
> 'Your holiday is our misery': Holidaymakers face disruption from protests
> planned by Basque separatists
>
>


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