Jo Fitzsimons

Freelance Travel & Lifestyle Writer

A Girl’s Guide to India

If it is possible to be passionately in love with a country, yet hate it at the same time, then I have that relationship with India.

From the grimy streets and incessant calls in Paharganj, Delhi’s backpacker central, to memorable nights under the stars in the desert near Jaisalmer, I couldn’t garner my thoughts into a collective emotion from one minute to the next during my trip around India. Spending ten hot hours cramped in a train carriage, three people to a single seat, sipping on unspeakably delicious chai tea I found India both tough and rewarding in the same breath.

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Photo by: mckaysavage
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This entry was posted on November 28, 2012 by in Asia, Budget, Destinations, Travel Style and tagged , , , .
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