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Incredible India

Some stories from India…

Arriving in India – my first experiences. Getting told that I look like Stephen Hawking was of course, a highlight…  “You look like Stephen Hawking”

Exploring more of Kerala – and experiencing the infamous terrible directions given by Indian people… “Pigeons or Eagles”

A Month on in India; Kochin, Munnar, Goa and more… “Don’t worry, chicken curry! A month on in India…

The Wonderful Goa and…. leaving Goa! “Goa’n… Goa’n… Gone

Mumbai: The Rich and The Poor… “Mumbai – a city of two sides

Exploring Mumbai, Aurangabad and Gujurat… “The Police, a beach and Captain Obvious

My first taste of Rajasthan – Udaipur and Jodhpur – “The White and the Blue City

Meeting the PRINCE of Rajasthan. Yes, you heard that right. “The Prince has arranged something...”

The obligatory Taj Mahal blog… “The Taj Mahal… heard of it?

The incredible, intoxicating, Varanasi… “Miss Varanasi

Rishikesh – hippie town, home to the Ashram where the Beatles once lived… “Journey to Rishikesh

Getting sick in Delhi and up to see the Dalai Lama… “Delhi to Dharamshala

Getting pissed off. “The Day I didn’t really like India.”

Watching a buffalo sacrafice in Manali and climbing up into Leh… “Off to Manali

Finishing the trip… Delhi and to see my wonderful friend Mihir…. “Back in Delhi and off to see MIHIR in Chennai!

I know that this is just a taste of the wonder that is India. I absolutely loved India and want you to love it too. If you have any questions at all about where to visit, what to see, things you need, etc then please feel free to contact me!

4 Responses to Incredible India: The Blog

  1. katie Morries September 22, 2015 at 6:49 am #

    hi, thanks for sharing your experience to visit india. Ahemedabad, mumbai is great place to visit. buddha postion click very crazy hmm. India has many cultural, historical and natural places which we should take visit. At every different place cultural are different. As my experience i like Gujarat as specially kutch place.
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