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Why I LOVED Traveling in India Posted February 2, 2016

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India is the most amazing place. I have traveled all over the world, and of all the places I have visited, India has stayed with me. Years later I still think about the sights, the people, the animals, and how very different it is…

Udaipur – The romantic city Posted November 20, 2013

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Udaipur, the most romantic city in India,  is a stunningly beautiful city often referred to as the Venice of the east. Situated on Lake Picola and boasting many beautiful palaces, Udaipur is a favorite wedding place for both locals and celebrities. You might remember Udaipur from the 1983 James Bond

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Get your camels here! Posted November 19, 2013

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Pushkar camel fair is without a doubt one of the most amazing sites I have ever seen. An astonishing 50,000 camels converge on the tiny desert town of Pushkar, Rajasthan, for this annual fair which is the largest camel fair in the world.  The population during this week long fair swells

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The Pink City Posted November 19, 2013

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Jaipur is a lovely city! It is amazing how different each place we visit is. One of our ladies said there is nothing homogeneous about India. She is so right! The diversity here is incredible. We visited a his hugely impressive ancient astronomical observatory built in 1734 , near the City Palace.

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Bengal Tiger Posted November 9, 2013

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We leave behind the city life and head to Ranthambore for our tiger safari. The closer we get to this mountainous area the more we see the pace of life slowing down. For us it is a refreshing change from the hustle and bustle of the cities we have visited.

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Happy Dewali Posted November 7, 2013

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Happy Dewali! We are so fortunate to be here at this time of year. Dewali (De-val-ee). A one day per year festival that is similar in importance to our north American Christmas it is the largest Hindu festival of the year. Everywhere marigold flowers made into garlands are hanging to

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The Ultimate Love Story… Posted November 6, 2013

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One Emperor, one princess 13 babies and a tragic death. A husband so completely heartbroken by her death during childbirth that he creates the most famous memorial ever built for his beloved wife.  The story behind the creation of the Taj Mahal  is a tragically romantic love story that has

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No dead bodies… Posted November 2, 2013

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I was asked if we saw any dead bodies on the Ganges. And luckily no we did not. I am not sure how our group of ladies would have reacted to that. What we did see was life. Amazing, simple, beautiful, precious life. Our evening rickshaw ride through the heart

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Delhi Posted October 31, 2013

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Ahhh Delhi! It is good to be back. We arrived into our hotel after over 24 hours in transit. All of us too excited to sleep! For most of our group it is the first time here in Delhi and there is much to see. Driving from the airport to

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Awaiting India Posted October 26, 2013

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Only 3 more nights until we head of for another women’s travel adventure to Northern India. People often ask me why I keep going back. What is it about this country that draws me? I it very hard to put into words but the most eloquent description I  have heard

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