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A lot of my friends who visited India got severely sick, ripped off, and scammed somewhere in India. And so were forced to make this site to help travelers prepare for their trip of a life time. And finally: After 10 years of hard work, finally after realizing all that has been done, have finally released Travel India Safely into the public domain. What it offers is like nothing you’ve ever seen before. It is like everything you could ever imagine being offered online in travel brochures, except for travel tips.

Travel India offers many tips and advice on what to do and what not to do while visiting India. For example, what to pack and where to carry it while traveling on trains? How about a delicious cup of Indian coffee while sitting in an air-conditioned carriage? Where can you find delicious sweets and how to order them in a sweet shop without running around like a head of a pin? In this site, you will be able to find answers to all of these questions. You will also learn many delicious recipes from across the subcontinent.

If you are traveling in India on your first or any subsequent trip, I highly recommend you make a stop at Delhi and Goa. There are just too many must-see sights, and delicious delicacies that can only be found in this part of the country. To start with, there is Basiloglyph, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located near Panjore. It is a beautifully carved monument depicting the ancient way of worship practiced by the Indus Valley Civilization. Among the best wayanads in India, this one is definitely worth a visit.

In the last decade, my friend Amy had her first experience traveling to Goa. She was so excited that she took pictures of every single sign she saw. One of the most amazing ways to travel in India – any tips for first-time travelers! If you have never been to Goa, then it is a small state on the western coast of India – it has beautiful beaches, churches and monuments – all within easy reach of each other. As the saying goes, “let there be waves”.

When we talked about the best ways to travel India, we both agreed that the most popular ways to visit India are the places where you get to see a historic monument, enjoy a taste of ethnic food and sight a breathtaking sunset. We both decided to save the word “tourist destinations” for our final itineraries and instead chose places where we could easily spend the day without having to worry about the cost – places like Agra and Delhi. We did manage to visit some tourist destinations during our two week stay in Delhi, like the Jama Masjid, the India Gate and tedium, but we definitely would have been able to book a room at a decent hotel in any of the good and affordable hotels in Agra and/or Delhi if we had planned our trip properly. We enjoyed our time in Delhi, and while the Taj Mahal is a place we will never want to forget, seeing the other monuments and places in India made that trip all worth it. We were actually booked into a room at the Ritz Carlton (owned by none other than Donald Trump!)

There are very many train and bus pass available for travelers visiting India, which will allow them to travel to any part of the country. The train service is the most convenient way for travelers to travel, and many of the trains have sleeper coaches that can accommodate up to 12 people. Tourists often use these passes to travel between Agra and Delhi, as well as traveling between Jaipur and Rajasthan.

While on our vacation in India, we experienced an unfortunate incident – the worst food poisoning we have ever experienced. It was a memorable moment for us – we were traveling with a group of American friends from Texas, and during the journey we had ordered an all vegetarian meal from a nearby restaurant. The server failed to put the food we had ordered on the side and instead put it on the table, forgetting that there was meat in it. Our stomachs exploded upon eating this, forcing us to rush off and catch a taxi to a local hospital, where we were treated for severe food poisoning and given a prescription for Rolaids and painkillers to deal with the pain – luckily we didn’t need to take any.

After recovering from our shock, we realized that most restaurants in India don’t serve much more than the ‘para-meal’, which were okay at most, but not okay when it came to deciding what to eat while traveling in India. There are literally thousands of roadside eateries in India, most of which offer a variety of North Indian dishes and a few South Indian ones – but very little else. We actually tried to sample a wide variety of street food from various parts of India by spending several days traveling around in different cities – but the overall conclusion is that most of the food we ate while traveling around in India was mediocre to bad. And since travel in India is becoming increasingly popular, you will probably be able to find cheap flights to many cities in India in the near future. In fact, if you’re looking for a great way to experience authentic Indian culture and cuisine, I wouldn’t recommend any other mode of travel over buses, taxis or rickshaws – travel on the back of an auto rickshaw in India is truly the best possible way to get around.

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