Travel Blogs from India, India

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Our first Indian Train Journey !!!!, Mumbai, India travel blog

Our first Indian Train Journey !!!!

A travel blog entry by mandibee

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Fri 13th We decided last night to head to Goa a day early so that we could watch the Man City game and party there our train wasn't till 2305 at night so we had the hotel still all day which was great. We got our tickets at the station during the day as ...

Hampi part 1, Hampi, India travel blog

Hampi part 1

A travel blog entry by bloomer

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... ' than the ancient peoples, the fact is that the human heart and brain has not changed a whit in all that time. India is a prime example. These people are very intelligent and bright, super-clever. Most speak three languages: The "mother tongue," ...

Kadama 35: Update on the past few days, Hyderabad, India travel blog

Kadama 35: Update on the past few days

A travel blog entry by audreyrattay

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... issues? Stress? I am aware that the taking of one's life occurs in every country, however, for such a small campus in India, I can't grasp it.  I have been continuing to play volleyball every night with students from campus - it is my stress ...

Nature's Hermit and the Village of Charm, Chushoti, India travel blog

Nature's Hermit and the Village of Charm

A travel blog entry by lraleigh

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... eighteen-armed [goddess] Temple.  Originally he was from Raval Pindi (today in Pakastani-occupied Kashmir), but partition of Pakistan and India led to his exodus in 1947. Around Sham Lal's neck was a string of prayer beads with 108 orange beads, ...

Little England, Kodaikanal, India travel blog

Little England

A travel blog entry by coopertrooper

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Leaving Pondy we decide to catch an overnight bus up to the Western Ghats, the mountainous region in the centre of India. Our destination was the hill station, Kodaikanal. Hill stations were the famous escape locations for the British, with their ...

Seeking Sikhs, and Monsoon Driving., Ambala, India travel blog

Seeking Sikhs, and Monsoon Driving.

A travel blog entry by bloomer

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... for a couple of Castle brand beers) I noticed a Xerox shop, and I needed new copies of my threadbare prints of International license and India visa, so I collected them and went in. Of course the two men running the place sat me down and talked to me at ...

Ellora, Aurangabad, India travel blog

Ellora

A travel blog entry by el_condor

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... 40 minutes out of Aurangabad, consists of 34 rock-cut caves, comprising Buddhist, Hindu, and Jain groups, representing India's 3 great religions. The caves, most containing exquisite carvings and sculptures, represent temples, monasteries, and shrines to ...

Home in Kerala, Kerala, Madras, India travel blog

Home in Kerala

A travel blog entry by sharadnsusan

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... vast and varied regions lead to drastically different cultures and languages and religious practices all next door to each other. Thus, South India is completely different from North India. The climate is tropical with a capital T. It was usually above 95 ...

Back to School, Thandikudi, India travel blog

Back to School

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey

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... .  It snaked around the mountain allowing for very little respite.  The rain got heavier the higher we got and for the first time in India we felt the cold.  On the way up I spotted the most enormous spider I have ever seen.  The yellow diamond on its ...

Be soft on my curves, Gangtok, India travel blog

Be soft on my curves

A travel blog entry by will

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... we were joined by one of the most random characters I'd come across in all my travels. A middle aged man who'd been in India for 35 years, smoking dope, taking LSD, teaching yoga and meditating. He'd recently found his guru, a young epileptic boy who ...

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