After two and a half months traversing India, we left with a good idea of what other travelers will want to have on hand. Some of these items might already be in your travel bag, but knowing why you need them might persuade you to buy a different brand, amount or, well, two-ply instead of Read Post
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The favorable climate in south India makes it a massive producer of many spices, as well as world-class tea leaves and coffee beans. While in Periyar, we took a spice and tea plantation tour to learn more about the things we eat and how they grow. The four-hour tour took us to an organic, eco-friendly Read Post
Namaste from India! We’re happy to report that south India is waaaayyyy different from the north. Remember that post Tara wrote about culture shock? Well, we think it would have been a different post if we had traveled around the south first. It very well could be our own personal experience, but we think the Read Post
As I said before, we’re receiving no compensation whatsoever for sharing our opinions here. Ha Na Tailors (85 Tran Hung Dao) We love this tailor shop. Two friendly sisters who speak very good English manage the front of the shop. They differentiated themselves from the other shop owners we interacted with by actually caring about Read Post
So far, this RTW trip has been unbelievable. Without jobs, a timeline or any schedule whatsoever, we’re able to move about carefree and at whichever pace we choose. There have been a lot of magical moments, and after reflecting on our trip thus far, we’ve narrowed down our most worthwhile experiences. Here we share our Read Post