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Boxed in on Boxing Day, Delhi, India travel blog

Boxed in on Boxing Day

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey

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... that we could not stay there.  Luckily, we came across another place which was much more our style and we checked in happy bunnies.  Late supper up on the roof capped another eventful day, can nothing in India be straight forward and chilled ...

The most memorable New Year ever ...., Goa, India travel blog

The most memorable New Year ever ....

A travel blog entry by bgleixner

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... we all departed ways upon our return in Hyderabad I felt a bit of sadness creep in - the begining of the end of a great experience in India.  I think back to November when I was really gearing up to leave - now I think ... I wish I had one more week ...

One in a Billion, Mamallapuram, India travel blog

One in a Billion

A travel blog entry by jackdrury

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If you're looking for ancient ruins that date back to the 7th century or to watch artisan stone carvers ply their trade, Mamallapuram, a short 2 hour drive south of Chennai is just the place. We found our little hotel, The Sunrise Guest House just a ...

North India, Bombay, Delhi, Barelli, Jaipur, India travel blog

North India

A travel blog entry by sharadnsusan

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After six months on the road, coming to India has been like a mini-homecoming. First of all, Sharad's parents met us in Bombay a day or two after we arrived, and stayed with us the entire three or four weeks we were in North India. It was great seeing ...

The Bohdi Tree, Bodhgaya, India travel blog

The Bohdi Tree

A travel blog entry by lucinate

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I am consistently disappointed with these so called 'spiritual' gathering places. I'm not religious person so obviously that's why. Yes, I know that Bhuddism isn't really a religion, but you wouldn't know it. I am consistently amazed at devotion ...

Drukpa 800-Year Anniversary, Shey, India travel blog

Drukpa 800-Year Anniversary

A travel blog entry by lraleigh

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Drukpa 800+ Year Celebration, A Slideshow The Drukpa Kagyu Lineage is one of the sects of Tibetan Buddhism, dating back eight hundred years to Naropa, a great Indian yogi who traveled to Tibet. It was fitting that the anniversary celebration took ...

Is food the best India has to offer?, Thanjavur, India travel blog

Is food the best India has to offer?

A travel blog entry by orizarska

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Thanjavur is not much of a town. The Brithadishwara temple, a world heritage site, didn't look all too impressive in the gloomy light of the rainy day. Positively, I managed to sneak-pick few photos of the temple elephant. My personal highlights from ...

Golconda Fort., Hyderabad, India travel blog

Golconda Fort.

A travel blog entry by bloomer

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After a morning of updating this blog, the plan was to head out to Golconda fort, some 12 km away, and one of the main attractions of hyderabad. A rickshaw out there on the meter is about 75 rupees, and admission 100. The fort was built in the 10th ...

Dodgy day in Dehli, Delhi, India travel blog

Dodgy day in Dehli

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey

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... himself in gear for a very early start (4.00am) taxi to Delhi airport for a 6.30am plane to Kathmandu.  A little while later Air India – true to form- phoned to say the flight was cancelled and he was back to square one! After a bottle of ...

Mumbai with AC, Mumbai (Bombay), India travel blog

Mumbai with AC

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey

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... . Tricia was quite offended until Pols explained that she had had to supply their ages and also that shortened life expectancy in India probably accounts for his use of very! Mission accomplished we piled into the AC taxi which Alan and Tricia had hired ...

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