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  • Day 5 Photos From the first day at Nandigama GSS - Melanie with students. Praying for people at the slum village. [img=http://photos.tra Posted by Indigo13 in Indigo13 | Sep 29, 2013
  • Our VickyOk, so we were too cocky on feeling well, the infamous Delhi Belly has struck Ms Ptonka who was stuck room-bound for a full day (Rach was allowed small trips out around the local area alone to eat and prevent Posted by TessAndRach in Asian Adventure | Sep 29, 2013
  • Day 4 - Some Photos [img=http://photos.tr Posted by Indigo13 in Indigo13 | Sep 28, 2013
  • Day 1We arrived safely at 5:15 am Canberra time [12:15 am Hyderabad time]. We are all well and having an amazing breakfast at the Courtyard Marriott Hotel. It is now 9:45 am local time and later today we are off to the Posted by Indigo13 in Indigo13 | Sep 27, 2013
  • The Experience of Kolkata It is said that Kolkata is where you see life lived out on the street, this is certainly true, it is very much an experience of all of life. The sights and sounds are actually largely what I imagined, to Posted by TessAndRach in Asian Adventure | Sep 26, 2013
  • Cosmic Questions out into the VoidMeg Ryan famously said the following lines in the movie "You've got mail" while reflecting about her own life during one of her mailing sessions with Tom Hanks: "Sometimes I wonder about my life. I lead a small life. Well, valuable, Posted by nabamita in Where Next? | Sep 26, 2013
  • ArrivingSo, we are here in Kolkata, which obviously means we got here! Air India from Heathrow was totally ok (4 out of 5), the dinner was yummy - spinach curry. We arrived in Delhi airport (very blingy airport, Posted by TessAndRach in Asian Adventure | Sep 26, 2013
  • Sab Kuch MilegaAfter a crazy, and I mean CRAZY, 15 hour drive on the bike from Shimla (where our bike was making a grinding noise, we got rained on, hit a pedestrian with our side mirror, got bumped by a rickshaw, nearly Posted by kristinandcolin in The Journey | Sep 16, 2013
  • First evening in IndiaMy first evening in Leh included dinner at the guest house with Adele, Morgan, the guest house owner, and Dee, a british grandmother who spends 3 weeks a year in the Himalaya. Dee was awesome! She trekked to Annapurna years Posted by Outdoorcat in Nomadic Monkey | Sep 15, 2013
  • The Last of My Rajasthan Trip, Pushkar, and Back in DelhiEveryone said I would love Pushkar. This is where the big animal (camels, cows, and goats) auction takes place in November. And as though this isn't enough, millions of pilgrims come the same time to the temple of Brahma. Actually, Posted by Dayts in Goin' Round | Sep 15, 2013
  • Traveling Through Rajasthan: Ranakpur and JodphurMy driver's attempts at converting me continued. He insisted after we left Udaipur that we stop enroute at Ranakpur which is widely known for its marble Jain temple, said to be the most spectacular of them all. Jainism is an Posted by Dayts in Goin' Round | Sep 15, 2013
  • LehSFO-->Seoul-->New Delhi-->Leh, all in ~28 hours. I am not saying I recommend this strategy, but it feels great to be here! The adventure begins. :) Posted by Outdoorcat in Nomadic Monkey | Sep 14, 2013
  • Traveling Through Rajasthan: UdaipurThis was the most attractive place I visited in Rajasthan because of the lakes (man made), the Lake Palace (in the center of the lake) and the beautiful, sprawling City Palace. It was cleaner than the others and my drive Posted by Dayts in Goin' Round | Sep 13, 2013
  • Food & travel - my favourite pastimesLooking forward to having home-cooked meals made lovingly by my mum was such a huge part of getting ready to go home. Even more fun to experience: watch my nine year old girl worry about having to eat [[http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cookbook:Idli| idlis]] Posted by g-3 in So good to be home! | Sep 11, 2013
  • Bangalore: Childhood memoriesBest part of summer holidays, during school years, was to be able to read loads of books with no care for time of the day or day of the week. Thanks to my brother's thoughtfulness, I was able to re-live Posted by g-3 in So good to be home! | Sep 11, 2013
  • UDAIPUR / MUMBAI – TRANSFROMATION TOTALThis city is famous for the number of lakes and green areas, and certainly it is a special place in India. I forgot to mention in one of my earlier blogs in Pohkara, Nepal where I had one of the Posted by erika_simon in Simplicity, Inspiration and Angels | Sep 10, 2013
  • Traveling through Rajasthan: JaipurActing on the advice of several friends and my own frustration with trying to do it my way, I went to a travel agency to book a trip to the Rajasthan region. They agency was recommended by my Posted by Dayts in Goin' Round | Sep 10, 2013
  • Seeing Dehli from a Different ProspectiveKnowing I was going to Delhi, a friend back in California offered me the telephone number of her brother who lives there. She said he would help me with anything I needed, including a driver. After spending four harrowing Posted by Dayts in Goin' Round | Aug 31, 2013
  • JODHPUR – AMAZING OLD CITYI fell in love with this city. This place has been a great break for us while traveling in India. It has four million inhabitants, but it is still the cleanest and quietest place we have stayed in this country. Posted by erika_simon in Simplicity, Inspiration and Angels | Sep 4, 2013
  • AGRA AND JAIPUR – MARVELOUS TEMPLES AND CONTROVERSIAL CITIESFrom Varanasi we took the night train to Agra. The trains in India are really organized because most of the people prefer travelling this way, and they buy the tickets in advance. The first group of tickets sold is the Posted by erika_simon in Simplicity, Inspiration and Angels | Aug 30, 2013
  • VARANASI – AN EXAMPLE OF THE POWER OF NATUREA wonderful place to visit. We had some of the most interesting and beautiful days of our trip so far in Varanasi, the Holy city. This place was magical, full of secrets, unique things, marvelous people, places to find some Posted by erika_simon in Simplicity, Inspiration and Angels | Aug 28, 2013
  • Goa's on!So even though we are home I still need to post about the very end of our trip. I got a little lazy and comfortable there and didn't feel like posting but as these posts are some I will reflect Posted by Kelly Rose in Here, There and Everywhere | Aug 28, 2013
  • Spending Time in DelhiI'm in Delhi, extended my stay by a day, making it five. Don't ask me what I have done because I think by some people's standards, very little. By my own, I'd say quite a lot. I got Posted by Dayts in Goin' Round | Aug 27, 2013
  • Mahabalipuram - Sun & SandMahabalipuram was once only a short 3-4 hr stopover for tourists touring temples and historical monuments across Tamil Nadu. However, things have changed quite a lot. Today, tourists are increasingly spending at least a couple of days at Mahabalipuram, du Posted by arunbaliga in Arun Baliga@Travellers Point | Aug 24, 2013
  • Mahabalipuram - Group of MonumentsThe Group of Monuments Mahabalipuram is a World Heritage Site comprising of rock and rock cut cave temples/monuments scattered around Mahabalipuram, most of them built during the time of Pallava dynasty ruler Narasimhavarman-I (7th Century AD). Being a sm Posted by arunbaliga in Arun Baliga@Travellers Point | Aug 24, 2013
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