New Delhi, India

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  1. Mandafrankie
    23 Jan 2018
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    India – It’s not for everyone, but I loved it! I did a solo trip to India in 2017 and while it was a trip of a lifetime – I wouldn’t necessarily recommend it for everyone, and I’ll tell you why. India is one of the most populous places in the world, with close to 1.3 billion people. The people, the sights, the SMELLS – oh the smells…they will get you! The everyday life there is a hustle and bustle just to walk out of your door. The disparity of wealth is so ‘in your face’ that its hard to miss and to not think about. I started in Delhi, moved to Jaipur, Agra, Varanasi, Mumbai, and then Goa, each city different then the next. Delhi was mass confusion and chaos. Jaipur was beautiful, with its pink buildings and sharing the roads with cars, bikes, people, and elephants! Agra – home to the Taj Mahal (and that’s about it). The Taj is beautiful – but some advice – get there early, like sunrise early, and be prepared to be haggled, like seriously haggled! Varanasi was so rich in religion and tradition as it is one of the holiest cities for Indian people. Thousands of pilgrims travel here to pray and bathe in the Ganges River (I opted not to but took a boat ride from top to bottom). Daily Sunrise and Sunset ceremonies take place on the river and it was beautiful! Prepare your senses as this city is filled with burning incense, people, food, animals, and the religious burning of dead bodies at each end of the river. Switching to a more modern city, Mumbai – home of Bollywood was pretty awesome. Lots more bars, restaurants, and modern accommodations. After the hustle and bustle of all of those cities – Goa is the perfect escape. Located on the southwest coast – its stretches along miles of beaches with awesome and affordable accommodations like huts, tree houses, hotels, or hostels. Bars and restaurants line the beaches playing music 24/7 making it a popular party destination in some areas. Traveling around the country is pretty cheap using in country airlines or hiring a driver to go city-to-city.

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