When traveling, a person always has to be on their guard. All countries and cities have their dangers and annoyances and India probably is one of the worlds leaders when it comes to scamming tourists. Here are a few that we either encountered or heard about during our travels through the country and hopefully will help you when you travel to India or another developing country in the world.
Looking for the best travel tips to help you travel safe and save money? This series of articles helps you plan your destination-specific and general travels.
We have several blogs that we admire and we often wonder how they manage to stay ahead of the game so well. Dave and I are lucky. We can split the workload. While it may seem to some that Deb does the bulk of the work because she writes the posts, that is only one portion of running a successful travel blog. We thought that we would share with you what the roles are of Dave and Deb at theplanetd.
Long term travel can be tough. After a couple of months on the road, it becomes work. You are no longer in that honeymoon phase of excitement. Every day has been one site, temple, trek or museum after another. Sometimes, after you have been busy being a tourist for weeks on end, all you want to do is nothing. Here are some signs that told Dave and I that we just may have a little bit of travelers Fatigue.
India is a difficult travel. Relationships can suffer while experiencing this country. While it helps being a couple because we have each other to rely on and to vent to, it can also take its toll on the relationship because both of your emotions are running high. Here are some of the things that Dave and I have done to keep sane and enjoy each others company while traveling through India.
Dave and I really can be idiot travelers sometimes. We like to think that we are savvy and know what is going on, but sometimes we can just fall for things way too easily. Here’s the scoop… We like independent travel. We like our own schedule and we don’t like to rush through anything. If we like a place, we may stay for five or six days. If we don’t we will move on. So why did we let a guy talk us into hiring him as a driver for 15 days!!??