We were sad to leave such a wonderful place but as it turned out, Kolkata was the best way to end our Indian adventure. We had lined up some CouchSurfing hosts that lived close to the airport. Managing our way …

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Even its name sounds alive , Varanasi, a place of religious pilgrimage, spiritual enlightenment and deep soul cleansing. Located alongside one of the worlds most famous rivers the Ganga, or the Ganges is both the holiest and dirtiest river in …

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Taj Mahal!


Agra, a city that thrives off its visitors and as I saw it, an inevitable tourist trap of India. Regardless of the scheming locals, there is no doubt that the Taj Mahal is one of the most awe-inspiring spectacles that man …

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Well there was no question about it now, we were now drifting our way across the northern regions of India. We rolled our sleeves up and dug in as best we could; ready to soak up every ounce of mother …

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InDiA!!! Finally


Brad and I were so lucky to have found a couchsurfer for our first stop in India…New Delhi! It was a good way to ease us into it. His name was Kaushik and he picked us up from the airport, …

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