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Health problems in India and tips to avoid and deal with them?

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I am a looking for ideas on what time of the year is best to go, where to stay what to do Etc
7 months ago, October 8th 2018 No: 1 Msg: #205816  
What I would like to know is if anyone else with similar experiences?

How do you pack for a baby when travelling. Reply to this

7 months ago, October 8th 2018 No: 2 Msg: #205819  
If it's your first time in India, go to Rajasthan - it has the greatest variety of sights in a reasonably small area.

Best time? December to March. It's also the high season, so the most expensive. Avoid the monsoons.

Health problems? India has them. So: Eat vegetarian. Eat only hot, freshly cooked food. Avoid buffets. Take Immodium Instants at first sign of the trots.

How do you pack for a baby? Pack Viagra, leave the condoms behind. Reply to this

28 weeks ago, November 2nd 2018 No: 3 Msg: #205987  
In India, for us it was essential to eat vegan food. We ended up in hospital once - even rice can be critical. So make sure you always it in a restaurant crowded with families. Avoid restaurants where only local men eat. No buffets, just fresh made hot food. We always avoided lassis - for a good reason. And no ice-cream, even industrial one.

For a first time in India, the easiest areas are Goa and Kerala, especially when yu go with a baby. Reply to this

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