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Take a ferry across to many of Goa’s beautiful islands still relatively untouched by the crush of tourism. These perfect postcards of nature and local village life will soothe you with their serene presence and provide you with just the break that you need. The rising heat these past few months has left lands parched in many parts of the country. Goa has been largely spared but fishermen on the island of St Estevam lament the pollution of their river waters, causing a loss in their livelihood. Certain local varieties have practically gone extinct. We also explore the other major islands of Goa, including Divar, Chorao, St Jacinto and Grande Island. Read about what our relatively secluded islands have an offer and set forth on a journey of discovery. Motorbike enthusiasts will be pleased to know that we have kick started a new column this month with a comparative review of the Yamaha YZF- R3, KTM Rc 390 and Kawasaki Ninja 300. Who wins the race for perfection on the road? Take a ride with us as we cover the tracks… Our art pages come to life with talented young practitioners leaving their mark on Goa’s landscape, among them ‘finger artist’ Alex Rodrigues, who in his unique, distinctive style portrays facets of Christian art. Too much clutter around your house? Take a leaf out of these women who highlight how the mundane can be ingeniously converted into decorative items as home or fashion accessories. Handcrafted items are still fashionable and provide an eco-friendly, sustainable approach to reducing waste. Magic can be a lot of hocus-pocus, but septuagenarian magician Reggie Fernandes and his son Agostino still have a bag of deception up their sleeve to leave you amazed. ‘Timeline Goa’ takes a peek behind the illusory, sleight of hand tricks. And in this scorching summer, it’s vital to keep yourself hydrated. If you’re looking to chill out with friends, try out some of our many fun cocktails.

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