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My Travel experience with TravelDuniya is all about living your dream in the form of traveling and exploring beautiful tourist destinations in India. From the soaring Himalayas in the North to Gangetic plain and long coastline boasting some of Asia best exotic beaches. Explore the traveler's paradise and unwind some of the captivating destinations in the world.
This blog chronicles random thoughts, mostly related to technical communication and travel exploits. Spare some time to read my posts and leave comments, feedback, or any suggestions that you might have. You can even email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
One moment I clicked his name among a couple of nicknames in a chatroom 7 years ago. And the next thing I know, I'm married to him.
A quirky collection of tips and trips and tricks for India
I am creating this blog in order to help foreign nationals/expats who are currently staying in India and want to understand and live in tune with local culture and traditions. I suppose it should also be interesting for any lovers of India out there and for myself so that I can go back and check on info if something is forgotten.
An expat in New Delhi - exploring India - experiencing Asia
Day to day in Delhi. My observations and experiences of life in Delhi and travels around India; often peppered with dry humor. As well as pages on favorite service providers and places to eat in Delhi.
Daily life of a young(ish) British expat living in Delhi, snapshots of the city's more interesting quarters, plus the odd observation on Indian society and culture.
Welcome. Here is the place where I keep track of the events of my relocation and adjustment to New Delhi, India. It’s a place where details are filtered through my perception; they pass through my heart and mind before I share them with you. You won’t find the truth here, but you will find my truth–or parts of it. It’s very intimate and flawed, and not very much like a well-written or informative travel magazine article. It’s a place where my loved-ones can see me stumble through a new life and feel bad for me when I suffer the consequences of a limited understanding of my surroundings mixed with my fears of the unknown, and then leave comments about how I’m doing a good job, or how shiny my face looks in India. Enjoy.
BLOGGING FROM NEW DELHI, INDIA, SINCE JANUARY 2008. THESE POEMS, STORIES AND REFLECTIONS PROVIDE A WINDOW INTO MY WORLD, AND MAYBE A MIRROR INTO YOURS.
This is the blog of my experiences and adventures in Anck Morpork. Sorry I mean Delhi. I'm here to do an internship. I hope it is as amusing to read as it is to live. The various excuses that I have or poor spelling and bad grammer are as follows: Jetlag, writing in a hurry, delhi belly, broken keyboard (the g key is missing and the f doesn't always work) spellcheck sabotage and last but not least my own convoluted thought process.
Testing out my English writing skills and trying to be funny yet not shallow while reporting on what I stumble upon during my strolls in Delhi.
I've moved to India for a year working as a volunteer with VSO, so I thought I should start some ramblings about life Delhi style...
The adventures of one married couple as we move to India with a few stops elsewhere in Asia and Europe along the way.
Eat All Over the World
I am a small town girl from Arkansas/Texas that wants to explore the world one memory at a time. After I got married I was blessed with the initials EAT, so there the idea for my blog. My blog is all about our adventures, packing up, exploring, and learning other cultures.