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India Travel epilogue

February 8th 2015
HE SAID... While it’s hard to paraphrase a month of adventure into a small reflective epilogue, there are a few standout memories that I’ve collated below. The Food: The food in India was sensational. Regardless of where it was cooked (or who it was cooked by), the food was always a highlight of our travel days. While it’s difficult to pick some meals over others, the following were absolut ... read more
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Indian Flag 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
28th June 2015

You've not traveled until you've been to India!
I've read this more than once, so congrats on taking the overwhelming sensory plunge! Brilliant that you went with your trusted tour company, and so got such a variety of experiences and tastes without spending extra days in planning. It also sounds like a great idea to spend time in the rural areas, as opposed to just the big cities where I imagine a lot of tourists go. Thanks for the superb photos--a head wobble to you both.
29th June 2015

Re: You've not traveled until you've been to India!
Thanks Tara. I agree that India is a unique travel destination, but I don't totally agree with that saying. I think any travel is good travel... :) As much as we love cities, we wouldn't be satisfied with visiting a country and only going to cities and big towns - we like checking out as broad a spectrum of the country as possible. I'm picturing a happy smiley head wobble from you, and I give you a happy smiley head wobble right back! Thanks for following this trip xx

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