Look, India used to be able to finish buildings February 1st 2008 Next stop on the temple trail was Sanchi, home to the oldest and most impressive stupa in the world, as well as India's cheapest Thali. 30p for a full meal is just what we needed after the 4 pound pizzas of Mumbai and what with chai costing 4p our money was well spent. The village itself while nothing to write home about is situated directly beneath the ancient stupa built by the Indian despot Ash ... read more
Asia » India » Madhya Pradesh » Sanchi The Indus Valley civilization, one of the oldest in the world, dates back at least 5,000 years. Aryan tribes from the northwest invaded about 1500 B.C.; their merger with the earlier Dravidian inhabitants created the classical Indian culture. Arab in... ... read more
Hellooo, it's two rather adventurous travelers from the bonny streets of Edinburgh. Taking our place in the great melee of backpackers, travelers and touts to sample just how many different animals we can eat. This trip of gargantuan proportions is sure to alter the very fabric of the Earth and we apologise to all the trees our journey is bound to kill. In fact we said sorry to the shrubs this morning and will continue to make every effort to redress the Karmic balance by holding every third breath.
And while this may seem like a cheap (ish - we are traveling for a ... full info