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India to Bangladesh by road – step by step guide

South Asia has many common features, yet each country has its own peculiarities and culture. There are so many people who travel from India to Nepal by road, but there is almost none information about another interesting Indian neighbor – Bangladesh. Nevertheless, we are not scared to experiment if we don’t find info on Google, are we? So I packed …

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How to travel by train in India – a definite guide

Traveling by train in India is one of the most learning and fascinating experiences, which shows you some of the hidden corners of the country. Some of the rail tracks go near the sea, some through the rice fields, other across unknown towns – ever-changing landscapes. It’s hard to imagine how huge and diverse this country is from the outside …

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Places near Mahabaleshwar by bus

My entire Mahabaleshwar experience was about exploring the area in a different way. Despite taxi is the most popular transport to hire (and taxi drivers some people claim the only way to commute), it is quite costly (from my perspective as a person from a developing country). Moreover, taxis have fixed itineraries and if you are planning to modify the …

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Delhi to Nepal by road: travel guide

Nepal is a country that left an immense impact on me – maybe that’s why I’m on a mission to share my experience that might help other people to visit this country as well. Moreover, if you are starting your journey from North India, Nepal is easier to reach than you might think. No doubts flight is one of the …

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Discover India on a bicycle in these breathtaking routes

India is the first country where I started riding a bicycle in a decent way (more or less). It might sound strange since this country doesn’t have a proper bicycle infrastructure. You need to really follow the road for the next crazy driver appearing out of nowhere. Nevertheless, some places are so picturesque that it is a real pleasure to …

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8 Train Apps that make your travel in India better

Indian Railways is the lifeline of this country. It has an expansive network which carries over 23 million people daily – more than the population of Netherlands and Denmark combined. If that’s not enough for you, then just imagine if Indian railway tracks could be laid out in one straight path, they would circle the earth almost 1.5 times. Other …

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Transport in India that makes sense of the street chaos

India can be very confusing at times especially when it comes to a situation involving crowds. It’s quite challenging to get out from the station in a big city in peak hours. There are different means of transport in India: taxis, autos, cycle rickshaws. Everyone will try selling the service to you. If it is highly evident you are not local …