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21. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5595 posts) 7y

Quoting arif_kool

Quoting Isadora

Here I thought you were on a pedal bike. No wonder your butt hurts!

Ahh Isa u remind me of the golden old days when as a college student i loved cross country pedalling...... cycling all the way to Nepal from my hometown which is just 50 kms from Nepalese border !!!

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Michael, things are changing very fast in Mumbai. With lots of infrastructure projects aimed at decongesting the roads lined up over the next few years, maybe things will change if u visit Mumbai in a couple of years from now !!!:)

only if you will be my guide

22. Posted by arif_kool (Travel Guru 1757 posts) 7y

Quoting Utrecht

Quoting arif_kool

Quoting Isadora

Here I thought you were on a pedal bike. No wonder your butt hurts!

Ahh Isa u remind me of the golden old days when as a college student i loved cross country pedalling...... cycling all the way to Nepal from my hometown which is just 50 kms from Nepalese border !!!

..........................................

Michael, things are changing very fast in Mumbai. With lots of infrastructure projects aimed at decongesting the roads lined up over the next few years, maybe things will change if u visit Mumbai in a couple of years from now !!!:)

only if you will be my guide

Ur most welcome and it will be my pleasure to be ur guide. In fact im quite impressed and amazed to know that u have travelled and experienced so much:)

23. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5595 posts) 7y

Quoting arif_kool

Quoting Utrecht

Quoting arif_kool

Quoting Isadora

Here I thought you were on a pedal bike. No wonder your butt hurts!

Ahh Isa u remind me of the golden old days when as a college student i loved cross country pedalling...... cycling all the way to Nepal from my hometown which is just 50 kms from Nepalese border !!!

..........................................

Michael, things are changing very fast in Mumbai. With lots of infrastructure projects aimed at decongesting the roads lined up over the next few years, maybe things will change if u visit Mumbai in a couple of years from now !!!:)

only if you will be my guide

Ur most welcome and it will be my pleasure to be ur guide. In fact im quite impressed and amazed to know that u have travelled and experienced so much:)

But still no India until now unfortunately I do like to visit some parts of India though, but the country is so vast, I don't know where to start. I guess Mumbai is at least a great place to get used to the hectic areas of the country

24. Posted by arif_kool (Travel Guru 1757 posts) 7y

Quoting Utrecht

But still no India until now unfortunately I do like to visit some parts of India though, but the country is so vast, I don't know where to start. I guess Mumbai is at least a great place to get used to the hectic areas of the country

Mumbai is very hectic but not all parts of the country as hectic as Mumbai.... India is quite varied and it depends on ur interests....if u r looking for adventure u have to head to the Himalayas and Leh- Ladakh region, if u wanna have the beach experience people mostly travel down the west coast from Delhi, if ur fascinated by temples u cant miss the southern region, etc.

But in most of the tours i find one thing in common, that people tend to visit the Golden Trainge of Inda " Delhi-Agra-Jaipur" apart from Mumbai and Goa

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