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Traveling to India from the heart with Asha Miró


Well, although India is not one of the places that catches my attention, I’m looking forward to you start with the review because I like to see places in the world even if I’m not going to go and your reviews are super didactic and complete and I love them. I don’t know, I have seen many pictures of acquaintances who have traveled there and until today I haven’t said “I want to go there”, but I’ll wait to read your whole trip and then I’ll tell you.

As we wanted to make good use of the days we were looking at options of “organized travel” to lose as little time as possible in travel, transfers, etc … Most organized tours make the so-called “Golden Triangle” (Delhi-Agra-Jaipur), some with an extension to Varanasi (Varanasi) or were trips of more than 15 days that we could do because we were conditioned by the dates of the English course. But we wanted to see a few more things in these 15 days and the “organized trip” has never been our thing. Traveling with a group of 30 people did not seem to us a very attractive idea when we have always done it “on our own”.

Travel Experts | Episode 7 | India

On the edge of the tower contemplating the beautiful blue city of Rajasthan: Jodhpur. First of all I want to clarify that what I tell you here is simply my opinion based on my personal tastes and experiences. Let’s go, as it always happens in this blog, that you are getting to know us after so many stories.

Click for more info and get a 5% discount. It doesn’t fail. I let the typical comments of those who were captivated by its mystical strength, the authenticity of its people, the peace of its landscapes, etc…etc… When the other interlocutors nod to the words of ecstasy, it’s my turn to drop a classic: “Well, my experience was a real swill”.

And so it comes to the famous phrase that so well defines the feelings of people who visit India: “India: You either love it or you hate it”. It’s like that.  This country does not grant half terms. You are of letters or science, monarchist or republican, of BarÇa or Madrid, of Eva Mendes or Scarlett Johansson… of “I love India” or of “the next temple I see, I’ll stone it. No paper, no scissors. With extenuating circumstances, of course.

Interview on religions in India

You make me very envious, auqneu to me India gives me a lot of fear, Barco and I consider it for honeymoon, but I’m afraid that the experience is too devastating for my head, I do not know ….

I will arrive on Saturday afternoon, and I will dedicate it to Delhi, then on Sunday and Monday I hope to be able to do Agra and Varanasi. The following weekend I hope to do a mini-route through the foothills of the Himalayas and on Friday 26th, which is also a holiday, I hope to see what I can around Delhi.

In Delhi to see Humayum’s Tomb and the Red Fort, although it should not be as spectacular as the one in Agra. In Agra the Taj and the real Red Fort, well when I studied it in Art of India the truth is that I hallucinated. In the other place where you go I think I remember that there were the steps to the Gangés and some temples that I do not remember now.

SAP! What are you going to tell me about SAP? In one of my first projects, when I started working, I was involved in the migration of Cruzcampo’s systems to SAP. In my current company, it is considered the corporate system. It’s everywhere.

Lessons from Laura Lazzarino – Nena’s Travels

From December 3 to 10, Viajar magazine offers you a movie experience in the Jordanian desert, rediscovering the castles of the Crusades and lost cities like Jerash or Petra, where the explorer Burckhardt arrived in 1812 disguised as an Arab. On the way we will also meet the memory of Lawrence of Arabia under the stars of Wadi Rum.

Wadi Rum, also called the Valley of the Moon, is another of the wonders that travelers on this expedition of Viajar magazine will be able to discover in an unforgettable 4×4 ride. This desert valley, used as a base of operations by the famous Lawrence of Arabia, is known for its spectacular rock formations, one of which bears the name of Lawrence’s most famous book: The Seven Pillars of Wisdom. Filming location for Dune, Mission to Mars and Star Wars Episode IX, among others, the desert is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The trip also includes a visit to Amman, to see the Citadel, the Archaeological Museum and the Roman Theater. The perfect preamble to visit Jerash, also called the “Pompeii of the East” because of its importance and its magnificent state of preservation. Travelers can admire among others: Hadrian’s Gate, the Hippodrome, the Theater, the Agora or forum with its complete colonnade, the Cardo Maximus, the Temple of Zeus and the Temple of Artemis.

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