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India May 2007

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1. Posted by sulenio (Inactive 2 posts) 9y

Hi,

I'm looking for people who would like to travel trough India with me for 4 weeks in May. I'm a easy-going 19 year old girl from Germany, who is desperate to go travelling... I will be going to India in May then head to Australia to work there for 2 months and then go from Mexico through Central America down until Costa Rica in August/September.
but I don't just wanna go by myself the hole way. so If your interested in coming to India send me a message.

Cheers
Leonie

2. Posted by akshay274u (Budding Member 13 posts) 9y

hi....
i will b in india frm april to june ,so i will b interested in joining u in exploring new places in india,even im a easy goin friendly guy, who likes travelling a lot ,my cell num is 09323177857 ,so do inform the date when ur reaching india in advance ,so that i can adjust to ur schedule ,do keep in touch .....ur welcome to incredible india
take care.........bbye

[ Edit: Edited on Feb 22, 2007, at 10:09 PM by akshay274u ]

3. Posted by citybell (Full Member 419 posts) 9y

Hello,
You have chosen the hottest season to travel in India. Iam not sure if you can withstand the heat and the temperature which is well above 43 + deg.C in most parts of North and western India. Ofcourse in the mountains it would be cool. Suggest you to often escape to some nice hill stations.

If you travel to coasal places then the heat and temperatures would be less.Have you decided the regions or places to visit in India?May be members can give more specific suggestions and advice.

all the best.

4. Posted by NrtnMonkey (Budding Member 10 posts) 9y

Hey Leonie,

Im Tom, a easy going 23 year old post grad, now working in a office and not really 'living the dream'!

Booked a ticket to india for mid April but the more i look at it the more confused i get, so much too see. Would be ace to meet up as i'd like to share the experience.

The main sites im interested in are Goa, Temples, tigers, the taj mahal, trekking and getting lost in southern india. Want to go of the beaten track and explore.

What were you thinking?

Tom