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‘Travel mode’

I read this on one of the 6.5 million travelblogs of travelers through India. I’d like you to comment on it:

1. Never visit India on a shoe string budget. You will be miserable through out the trip.

2. Travel mode – recommend take flights and trains. Avoid bus trips more than 4 hours long.

Would you agree?
Why (not)?


Filed under: choice, comment, shoestring, transport, travel blog, voluntary work

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