Travel Blogs from India, India

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Red Fort & Jama Masjid Mosque, Delhi, India travel blog

Red Fort & Jama Masjid Mosque

A travel blog entry by mandibee

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... ended up walking through Chandi Chowk Bazaar and by god was it bazaar - i think this was the first time since arriving in India we experienced the utter choticness and just how mental Delhi is - there is people and noise EVERYWHERE We just wandered for ...

No Money, No Honey!, Pushkar, India travel blog

No Money, No Honey!

A travel blog entry by markandjade

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... nice views overlooking Pushkar and the surrounding mountains. We got in to a full blown conversation about politics and corruption within India with the hotel owner and its was nice to get the views of a local rather than reading articles in guidebooks. ...

Dharamshala, the story, the life. ., Dharamsala, India travel blog

Dharamshala, the story, the life. .

A travel blog entry by bloomer

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... need to be in the backwaters again, solo, with just me, an open heart and mind, and the diversity and chaos of India Proper. There is a strange mix here in this town. Here one can eat chinese, japanese, korean, continental, italian, tandoori, ...

Kadama 7: Rickshaws with a side of Kurti, Hyderabad, India travel blog

Kadama 7: Rickshaws with a side of Kurti

A travel blog entry by audreyrattay

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... 's, a skirt, two pairs of parachute pants, a necklace, earrings, bracelets and a beautiful hand-carved jewelry holder. The merchandise in India is just so beautiful and you can tell that hard work and labor went into making each and every piece. The ride ...

Alchi, Rizong, and Lamayuru on the Way to Srinagar, Kargil, India travel blog

Alchi, Rizong, and Lamayuru on the Way to Srinagar

A travel blog entry by lraleigh

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In a Leh internet cafe, a small posting on a door-cum-message board drew my attention: Surveyors Wanted for a New Trekking Route in Kashmir. I noted the e-mail address and wrote to Helen. She replied favorably and we met the next day. After a ...

deserts, mangoes, and the Portuguese, Diu Town, India travel blog

deserts, mangoes, and the Portuguese

A travel blog entry by pshemek

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... with their silken touch as we gazed enchanted. Diu is a sight of supreme and sublime tranquility that sets my soul at ease through its gentle demeanor and unique flavor of a culture not quite India nor quite Portuguese. Right now it feels like ...

Kadama 10: Rickshaw ride from Hell, Hyderabad, India travel blog

Kadama 10: Rickshaw ride from Hell

A travel blog entry by audreyrattay

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... of where the house is located – bad call. Once we got out of the campus it was like we were in rural India. People stared hard; harder than normal like they have never seen white females before. There were wild pigs, lots of dogs, and chickens ...

Crocodiles and Monkeys, Ranakpur, India travel blog

Crocodiles and Monkeys

A travel blog entry by meandher

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... a bulding of this magnitude. This was undoubtedly one of the most relaxing /calming places we visited during our entire time in India. The first animals we noticed were a troop of Wild Monkeys that were lounging in the trees right next to our room. ...

back in India, Gorakpur, India travel blog

back in India

A travel blog entry by pshemek

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Leaving Palolem. ., Palolem, India travel blog

Leaving Palolem. .

A travel blog entry by bloomer

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... made it hard to leave, also some apprehension about riding solo into the heart of Karnataka and the real hard core India. So I dawdled until noon, checking e-mails, making sure Rocinante was in good working order, stocking up on water and cigarettes, ...

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