Travel Blogs from India, India

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Om, Rishikesh, India travel blog

Om

A travel blog entry by rachel_jodie

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... Israelis here than you can imagine. We are tired- not going to lie. Since last we wrote, we have covered a LOT of ground. India is huge, and despite our best efforts to keep our plans realistic, we have worked our way pretty far north. We've seen ...

The last refuge of the hippies, Mcleod Ganj, India travel blog

The last refuge of the hippies

A travel blog entry by zee

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... are friendly, which truthfully, is probably because the locals are all Tibetan. It was here that we sheltered from the rest of India while we organised tickets out of the place. Our original 20 weeks had turned into 3! But we decided to cut our losses ...

Live dangerously: eat in India, Amritsar, India travel blog

Live dangerously: eat in India

A travel blog entry by zee

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... flat space, i've flown over Oz and seen the African savannahs (ok, only on documentaries, but it still counts), but in India it's all cultivated. There are people everywhere. I think it's here that it actually hits you how crowded this country really ...

Time for Darjeeling, Darjeeling, India travel blog

Time for Darjeeling

A travel blog entry by nickiemoore

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Our Delhi to Kolkata sleeper journey had been really comfy, raising our expectations of Indian rail, and so we were a bit disappointed by our overnight journey from Kolkata to New Jalpaiguri (NJP) Station. Our ...

OH MY GOD, I'M IN INDIA!!!, Delhi, Ireland travel blog

OH MY GOD, I'M IN INDIA!!!

A travel blog entry by fishtails04

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Oh my God, I'm here! I'm actually in India... I'm typing this from an internet cafe on the main bazaar in Paharganj, Delhi, with the sweat trickling steadily off me and the incessant noise of horns blaring out on the street...it's chaos out there, but ...

Meltdown in the City from Hell, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India travel blog

Meltdown in the City from Hell

A travel blog entry by fishtails04

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... feelings. I felt much better after doing so and by the time I climbed up into my berth for the overnight journey to Varanasi, India again seemed an adventure after the blip that was Agra. P.S. - I should also mention that since my last entry I spent a ...

Atop Lepulekh Pass and over to Tibet, Gunji, India travel blog

Atop Lepulekh Pass and over to Tibet

A travel blog entry by kailashi

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... terrain. Reaching such dizzy height had been a great challenge, yet a highly exhilarating experience. The Pass is the international divide between India and China. Tibet is only a small step away from the top of the pass. There are no border posts, no ...

The Pink City, Jaipur, India travel blog

The Pink City

A travel blog entry by jsnicka

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... Jaipur is a big city of about 4 million. In the afternoon we did a bit of a walking tour. I saw the Hawa Mahal, India's second most photographed building. Then ventured through the old town and markets, with a stop at LMB, Jaipur's famous sweet and snack ...

Navidhang and Om Parvat, Gunji, India travel blog

Navidhang and Om Parvat

A travel blog entry by kailashi

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'Navi' means navel and 'dhang' mountain. Navidhang is thus called because the mountain in the foreground has the shape of a navel mound.    Our trek of today is only nine kilometres. We leave the camp after a heavy breakfast at 09,30. The ...

Taken for a ride, Bhuj, India travel blog

Taken for a ride

A travel blog entry by lizandkev

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I'm sure not for the last time we finally visited somewhere and wish we hadn't bothered.  Not that it isn't interesting to see a variety of places but the time involved in getting to and from Bhuj and the less than inspiring tour of the surrounding ...

An overdiu rest! (groan), Diu, India travel blog

An overdiu rest! (groan)

A travel blog entry by lizandkev

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Diu is a bit of a suprise. It was still ruled by the Portugese, along with Daman and Goa, up until 1961 when India and Portugal actually went to war when India invaded the enclaves to get them back. Obviously Gandhi hasnt had too big an impact on how they ...

Still looking for our Kitty Kat!, Ranthambpore National Forest, India travel blog

Still looking for our Kitty Kat!

A travel blog entry by madman96

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Woke up to coffee in bed and life is good.  We take another game drive and come up empty handed as far as tiger sightings go.  We did, however, get another stomach full of dust as the ground here is drier than the dust bowl of the ...

Delhi dally, Agra, India travel blog

Delhi dally

A travel blog entry by the-rambler

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... ;s swelter. For the first time in three months my body is not coated in varying degrees of perspiration. Sri Lanka and southern coastal India are 24/7 sweat machines. Two changes of shirt a day. Shower at lunch, rinse and hang, shower at dusk, rinse, ...

The last cow, Mumbai (Bombay), India travel blog

The last cow

A travel blog entry by mbgower

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... . Is this whole trip journal, all my so-called moments of insight, as superficial and obvious to anyone remotely familiar with India? Am I just repeating, in unending improvisations, the mesage "There's a sheep on the road back there!"? I always encounter ...

New vs. Old Delhi?, Delhi, India travel blog

New vs. Old Delhi?

A travel blog entry by madman96

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... (the god of love) for less than his "cost".  Then came dinner... First of all, I was skeptical of a restaurant in India called Chicken Inn!  Having said that, the food was amazing except for the fact that I definitely shed a real tear ...

On the way to Udaipur, Udaipur, India travel blog

On the way to Udaipur

A travel blog entry by madman96

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... of China) in the world and ushered any potential invaders through 7 progressive gates on the way to a modest (as far as India's standards go) palace at the summit.  The various temple complexes at the foot of the palace were more impressive once you ...

A day of relaxation in Deogarh, Deogarh, India travel blog

A day of relaxation in Deogarh

A travel blog entry by madman96

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... our entirely Hindi counterparts describe the situation and relations.  Today, the division is 80% Hindi and 15% Muslim in India (5% Jain, Christian, and other), although a majority of the Muslim population is situated in the North closer to ...

A Trek in the Indian Himalaya, Leh, India travel blog

A Trek in the Indian Himalaya

A travel blog entry by fishtails04

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... because of altitude sickness or lack of leg muscle but because my insides went berserk the day before the trek. 3 weeks in India and not a hint of 'Delhi belly' but suddenly everything I swallowed rapidly reappeared from one point or another. Figuring ...

The Golden Temple, Amritsar, Amritsar, India travel blog

The Golden Temple, Amritsar

A travel blog entry by fishtails04

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I've become used to the entertaining Indian road signs urging caution and careful driving ("Better Mr. Late than late Mr."; "Drive like Hell and you will arrive there!"; and my personal favourite, "Be gentle on my curves!") but "Beware shooting stones!" ...

Test drive across Sri Lanka, Chennai, India travel blog

Test drive across Sri Lanka

A travel blog entry by the-rambler

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... would only empirically begin in Vladivostok, the zen and joy of the road would, in any case, begin in Tamil Nadu, India’s southernmost state. Hit Colombo’s out-of-town Bandaranaike Airport by nightfall.  It’s not far from the ...

Jaipur Day 5, Jaipur, India travel blog

Jaipur Day 5

A travel blog entry by beemichaela

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... obviously a very popular attraction and it was the first time that we had been surrounded by other tourists since arriving in India. The elephants were beautiful, and there were hundreds of them. As with any tourist attraction, we were once again ...

Gorakphur, Gorakpur, India travel blog

Gorakphur

A travel blog entry by loudan1979

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Delhi, Delhi, India travel blog

Delhi

A travel blog entry by loudan1979

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A Kashmiri Wedding, Srinagar, India travel blog

A Kashmiri Wedding

A travel blog entry by fishtails04

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The family living on the neighbouring houseboat were celebrating their son's marriage all weekend - from our roof terrace we had seen them deck the boat with fairy lights, erect a large Kashmiri tent on shore, and sit for hours preparing food. We had ...

A perfect end to India, Varanasi, India travel blog

A perfect end to India

A travel blog entry by lizandkev

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... of the first boats out but by 6am there were hundreds of boats going up and down the river ferrying all the tourists in India.  Varanasi is a very religious place.  Hindu's go on pilgrimages to the Ganges here to bath, even drink the holy ...

India here we are!, Goa - From Trivandrum, India travel blog

India here we are!

A travel blog entry by loudan1979

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Hi there to you chilly people back home! Finding some decent Internet in India, has proven a bit of a 'challenge'. Almost like it is for general day to day life in these parts! So,sorry we are going to have to cover our journey in India ...

A trek in the Himalaya, Manali, India travel blog

A trek in the Himalaya

A travel blog entry by rachel_john

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Day 1 - Start of trek Today we begin our 12 day trek. We will walk about 150km from Dharamsala across two mountain ranges: the Dhaola dhars, and the Pir Pinjal to reach our destination in Keylong. In the morning we meet the guide Manu, the cook ...

Where the mozzies love Danny, Ranakpur and Udaipur, India travel blog

Where the mozzies love Danny

A travel blog entry by mills-mcshea

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After leaving Jodhpur we landed at Ranakpur - a much greener lush place down in a valley. There were signs everywhere warning of leopards and I (Kate) admit to staring intently at the horizon just in case! The room we stayed in was pretty good apart from ...

Hyped up picnic, but relaxing, Sunderbans, India travel blog

Hyped up picnic, but relaxing

A travel blog entry by mills-mcshea

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... , legs, noses, and heads, flying, swimming, and saying no, monuments, temples, new friends, and rickshaw enemies, we will miss india, but i think 6 weeks in, and we're ready for a new challange, and hopefully more excitement, and less pain. goodbye india, ...

Hill country, Ranakpur, India travel blog

Hill country

A travel blog entry by mbgower

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I finally break my insomnia cycle, clocking a full eight hours before waking at 5:45. Emma stirs shortly after and we lay in the dark talking about her friends and school experiences. She falls asleep again about 7am, so I venture forth to explore. ...

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