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Edge of the Seat Stuff!, Bangalore, India travel blog

Edge of the Seat Stuff!

A travel blog entry by tomandcharlie

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... us later to complete 'reunion day'! The following night our festivities were cut short at midnight as Gandhi's Birthday was celebrated across India. A national 'dry day' is put in place and for 24 hours pubs, bars and shops aren't allowed to serve (or ...

Cave Carvings on Elephanta and Late Night @ Leos, Mumbai (Bombay), India travel blog

Cave Carvings on Elephanta and Late Night @ Leos

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey

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... missed a mass cat fight which broke out ironically because of cue barging (as if there is any system to such things in India).  The not so friendly monkeys darted around grabbing half eaten fruit.  Up we went, ignoring the option to be carried ...

Oooh! Udaipur! Aaah! Agra!, Agra, India travel blog

Oooh! Udaipur! Aaah! Agra!

A travel blog entry by martin

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... a definite seat/bed.So we went. The travel agent sat me down and asked for my help. Would I consider smuggling jewels from India to Australia? Naturally, I registered some surprise at this proposition as the girls in Lunn Polly back home do not, as a ...

Scooters, peppercorns, and elephants, Ponda, India travel blog

Scooters, peppercorns, and elephants

A travel blog entry by malariamonday

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Posted by Genevieve.   Kian and I were feeling decidedly too relaxed, which led us to the somewhat rash decision to  rent scooters for the day and drive out to a spice plantation.     I have driven scooters many times in Canada. ...

Beach bums, Anjuna, India travel blog

Beach bums

A travel blog entry by malariamonday

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Posted by Genevieve   Despite being warned that it is a party town and maybe not our usual style of destination, we took Mary and Chris' recommendation and headed out to Anjuna, a small beach town on the Goan coast.  There is something to be ...

Sagar, and Army Life. ., Sagar., India travel blog

Sagar, and Army Life. .

A travel blog entry by bloomer

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... bad road. I was glad to be solo, at that point, as the extra weight would have been dangerous on that road. North-South Highway India, from that point, to Sagar? 9 on a scale of 1-10. . . The Karnataka stretch was about 8.5. . Through small villages, ...

Sausage Heaven, Panjim, India travel blog

Sausage Heaven

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey

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Once again we forgot to turn off the alarm so by the time I had battled my way out of the mosquito net to switch it off, I was fully awake at 6.45.Nevermind - I spent a lovely hour reading on the balcony overlooking the sea and wishing we could stay ...

Trekking and stuff, Rishikesh, India travel blog

Trekking and stuff

A travel blog entry by mikeandheather

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Scantily-clad dreadlocked ascetics, some in the traditional orange garb, others in not much at all, mingle with Pilgrims and the occasional western hippy as the Hindi music echos off the banks of the Ganges river in this holy city of Rishikesh, where we ...

Un-Indian, Chandigarh, India travel blog

Un-Indian

A travel blog entry by byrnedm

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... of the past, and an expression of the nation's faith in the future," so waffled the then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first post-British leader. Construction of the ground-breaking experiment in town planning began in 1952, but the city, ...

Gone for the Holidays, Bodhgaya, India travel blog

Gone for the Holidays

A travel blog entry by philthy

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... blow the whistle but it was still way cool! With Sarah's health returning we headed north again to Sikkim, the newest state of India tucked between Nepal and Bhutan. After a brief stay in Gantok, the capital of Sikkim, we headed to the small town in ...

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