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India Survival Guide

How to Avoid Counterfeit Souvenirs in India

Souvenirs are a great reminder of all the diverse and beautiful places you have been to in India. India also produces some incredible products that they’re known worldwide for. You might want a warm and light cashmere shawl, saffron, a Taj Mahal replica made of marble, a banarasi silk saree, Indian spices, or maybe to […]

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How to Bargain and Get Refunds in India

Bargaining is an integral part of Indian culture. It’s a game that intimidates most but in reality is very simple and just takes practice to acquire. You will be an expert in it after a few goes. I’m going to show you how to give them a run for their money so you get a […]

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Pakistan Travel

How to Book a Bus Ticket in Pakistan

Booking a bus ticket is relitavely easy in Pakistan, although the process isn’t exactly as you would expect. To book a bus ticket you reserve it by calling either Daewoo or Faisal Movers. There’s no online booking. You need to call. Daewoo phone number 0304 111 7008 Faisal Movers phone number 03111 224 488 The […]

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The Best TED Talks on Language Learning [Exclusive Video]

I’ve been learning Hindi slowly for 3 years now, and I got to the point where I was just not happy with my progress. I felt progress was too slow and I wasn’t making the most of actually living in India. So I went search for the answer to speed up my language learning. After […]

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India Travel

Indian Railways: How To Buy Train Tickets Online

Travelling on a train is one of the best means of transportation in India. You can admire all the amazing landscapes en route to your destination and also make lots of new friends during the journey. A lot of tourists prefer this way of travel. If you want to be one of them, read on […]

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India Travel

Indian Railways: What the Different Classes Mean

Indian railway is very extensive and the major transport that connects the entire country. In fact, one of the best ways to travel India (after car or bike) is on a train. Travelling in an Indian train can be a little uncomfortable for you on the first day, but slowly, you’ll come to love it […]