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“Bollywood Stars” Mellowmantaray’s photos around Mumbai (Bombay), India

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Preview of Mellowmantaray’s blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: www.travelpod.com This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Mumbai (Bombay), India Entry Title: “Bollywood Stars!!!!” Entry: “Helloooo again, Leaving Mumbai for Goa on a sleeper train in a couple of hours so we’ll catch you up with the last three days. Sunday, our trip to Elephanta Island was hot and rather sweaty especially when we hiked up a hill so we could take a photo of the view. The island is famous for its sculpted caves, dating back to about 600AD. The were pretty impressive and it was nice to be away from the hustle and bustle of the city for a bit (even if it was full of tourists anyway). Took some good photos, our fave is of becky in a hole in the wall. On the way to tea we got propositioned to be extras in a Bollywood film. At first we were a bit suspicious but we’d read something about it in the book (how hot people might get lucky haha). The guy said he wouldnt be able to find such good looking couple in the morning : ) which fed our egos quite nicely. Up early the next morning, ordered brekkie at Leopold’s Cafe and Luke promptly chucked up just before it arrived in the cafe toilets. We were a bit worried about what to do but decided to go for it as it doesn happen everyday. Incidently he was fine for the rest of the day, what a brave boy. We got taken, along with two others Annette and Yusef, to the Raspberry Rhinocerous in

15 March – Bodhgaya – Bodh Gaya, India (ladies bag shop in gaya, gaya boy and a horse)

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A TripAdvisor™ TripWow video of a travel blog to Bodh Gaya, India by TravelPod blogger Jcls. See this TripWow and more at tripwow.tripadvisor.com 15 March – Bodhgaya “Out of numerous alternatives, we select Bodhgaya as our next destination, the place where Buddha attained enlightenment some 2600 years ago. The small has been built surrounding the temple that was constructed beside the Bodhi tree (or, at least a direct descendent) – the tree under which the Buddha sat when he attained Buddhahood. We take the overnight train to Gaya with warnings of caution from the travel agent in Kolkata not to talk or make eye contact with anyone, not to eat anything as it could be drugged and to separate our cash. Advice like this is abound especially in the guidebooks and it is difficult to know if you are being overly cautious or rude, missing an opportunity to experience some cultural exchange. Fortunately, no unsavoury incidents transpired, apart from a few uncomfortable stares. After a night of intermittent sleep, calls of ‘Chai Chai’ got us up in the morning as the train pulled into the station at 5:15am. As the first light of Jonathan’s birthday spills onto the road, we catch glimpses of horses with straw laden carts, cattle, cycle rickshaws, cyclists and people walking along the roadside shrouded in cloth shielding them from the early morning dust all making their way on the 15km journey into Bodhgaya. Shattered we were grateful to find a place who allowed us to check in at 6:30

The Lonar crater – India, India (lonar crater photos, lonar blog, lonar photo, lonar creature)

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A TripAdvisor™ TripWow video of a travel blog to Lonar, India by TravelPod blogger Bhavish. See this TripWow and more at tripwow.tripadvisor.com The Lonar crater “Managed to strike a good deal with the travel agent to go to Lonar as he was sending a car to pick up his daughter from nearby. Lonar’s tourist attraction is basically a saltwater lake which formed in the crater of a meteor impact a long time ago. I was dropped off to one side of the lake which seemed to contain a small holy village. There seemed to be no clear directions on how to get down to the lake through the dense ring of trees surrounding it and the stone path which seemed to lead down was cordoned off. I asked some locals and some kids ended up pointing me in a direction. I was dubious that this would be the main path as it was not marked properly and didn’t seem to be well used. I nevertheless started making my way down, guessing at which direction to go. I passed a couple of temples and the further down I got the denser the flora became. I was the only one around and I was admittedly scared. The lake was not far but every time I tried to head towards it I was forced back as I couldn’t get through the undergrowth. On top of that I managed to cut my toe on a thorn and kept hearing things around me. I decided to pick up a big stick to ward of any unwelcome company. I eventually managed to get through the undergrowth after walking into a couple of spider webs and onto the banks of the lake. Like most

Lachung – A tiny village in N.Sikkim – Gangtok, India (lachung sikkim, zero point north sikkim)

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A TripAdvisor™ TripWow video of a travel blog to Lachung, India by TravelPod blogger Ajiths. See this TripWow and more at tripwow.tripadvisor.com Lachung – A tiny village in N.Sikkim “Day 2 – Drive from Gangtok to Lachung I got up by 5 in the morning just to ensure that I’m not gonna miss the sun rise. I opened the door and sadly it was dark outside. Got refreshed and around 5.30, the sun started playing hide and seek. And within couple of minutes, I got the glimpse of mighty Kanchenjunga. It was a nice treat to see the orange shade on the snow capped peak. Soon I clicked couple of snaps! Gangtok too look pretty in the early hours of the day. We were served with hot coffee and followed by breakfast (Aloo Poori and Paneer Mutter Masala). Breakfast was delicious and we got ready by 10:30. Soon the travel agent (Prabir Sen’s agency) sent their persons to pick us from hotel. Soon we were transferred to North Sikkim taxi stand, where all the jeeps depart for Mangan, Lachung, Lachen and other places in North Sikkim. Our jeep was already parked there and we were introduced to the driver Raj. We had to wait for about 5mins there as the driver was loading some goods which he wanted to offload at a hotel in Lachung. He helped in loading our baggage and we started by around 11:15 IST. Raj is from Lachung and his Mahindra Maxx Festara was well maintained. Soon I realized this fellow is a nice chap and I made my point clear that you are not just a driver but a friend of us and he was

Zaid Hamid Describes Pakistani Floods Are An Invention of India

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Zaid Hamid BrassTacks Pakistan Exposing Indian Terror Against Pakistan Army & ISI Muslim Ummah Should Know This Fact That Floods in Pakistan Are Deep Consipracy of India Afghanistan America & Israel To Destablize Pakistan From Muslim History.

India – Three Weeks In – Delhi, India (weeks in india, india itinerary 3 weeks, india 3 weeks)

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A TripAdvisor™ TripWow video of a travel blog to Delhi to Goa, India by TravelPod blogger Wanderers. See this TripWow and more at tripwow.tripadvisor.com India – Three Weeks In “The Beginning – A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step……………….. Dear All, It’s now 3 weeks since we had our tearful departure from Halifax. Adapting to this travelling lark day by day. Whether you like it or not we will be constantly updating you on our escapades in fine detail. Our Round The World trip began on Sunday 11th May 2003 (Julie & John’s 1st Wedding Anniversary – Congrats). The day started in a hung-over state (unplanned!) and proceeded to be a mad rush until we left (nothing new there then!). The only thing we left ourselves to do before departure was re-pack the backpacks, but from 10am to 1pm this was not the focus of our attentions. M’s Mum was the first to arrive after her weekend jaunt to Rothwell, followed soon after by L’s Mum & Dad on their way up to Scotland for a well deserved weeks holiday. Sarah arrived soon after with a surprise guest, Eleisha, who couldn’t make it to the leaving do so it was great to see her; unfortunately it was only brief. Les cooked us a fantastic send off breakfast (through the tears). The last to join the party were Michelle then Iain (our chauffeur to Heathrow) who proceeded to read the weeks TV guide and tell us the good films we’d be missing! Our planned departure time of 1.30pm eventually became 3.15pm (meaning we

Altaf Bhai ” A 3rd Class Citizen of INDIA”

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Lachung – A tiny village in N.Sikkim – Gangtok, India

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A TripAdvisor™ TripWow video of a travel blog to Lachung, India by TravelPod blogger Ajiths. See this TripWow and more at tripwow.tripadvisor.com Lachung – A tiny village in N.Sikkim “Day 2 – Drive from Gangtok to Lachung I got up by 5 in the morning just to ensure that I’m not gonna miss the sun rise. I opened the door and sadly it was dark outside. Got refreshed and around 5.30, the sun started playing hide and seek. And within couple of minutes, I got the glimpse of mighty Kanchenjunga. It was a nice treat to see the orange shade on the snow capped peak. Soon I clicked couple of snaps! Gangtok too look pretty in the early hours of the day. We were served with hot coffee and followed by breakfast (Aloo Poori and Paneer Mutter Masala). Breakfast was delicious and we got ready by 10:30. Soon the travel agent (Prabir Sen’s agency) sent their persons to pick us from hotel. Soon we were transferred to North Sikkim taxi stand, where all the jeeps depart for Mangan, Lachung, Lachen and other places in North Sikkim. Our jeep was already parked there and we were introduced to the driver Raj. We had to wait for about 5mins there as the driver was loading some goods which he wanted to offload at a hotel in Lachung. He helped in loading our baggage and we started by around 11:15 IST. Raj is from Lachung and his Mahindra Maxx Festara was well maintained. Soon I realized this fellow is a nice chap and I made my point clear that you are not just a driver but a friend of us and he was

WOMEN in india

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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN DAY 08/03/2009 SUB;- WOMEN WEAPON AND BLACKMALLING WOMEN IS VERY GOOD WEAPON FOR ALL TYPE OF FIGHTING BY BLACKMALLING AND OTHER CRIMINAL ELLEGAL ACTIVITES 1. WOMEN COMMISSION NOT REGISTARD ANEY CASES AGAINST WOMEN IN THIS SUBJECT 100% 2. LEGAL BUSNESS AUTHORITY GAVE MAXIMUM PUNISHMENT TO WOMEN CASES 100% 3. POLICE NOT REGISTARD ANEY COMPLAN AGAINST WOMEN IN THIS SUBJECT 90% 4. EFFECTIVE PERSON NOT TEL TO OTHER PERSON 80% 5. FRIEND & LOCAL PEOPLE NOT HELF TO YOU IN THIS SUBJECT 70% 6. NEWS AGENCYES NOT HIGHLIGHT REALITY IN THIS SUBJECT 60% 7. HUMANRIGHT COMMISON CONFUSED IN THIS SUBJECT 50% WE ARE MADE BY WOMEN SO IT IS VERY RESPECTFULLY BUT SOME PERSON USED WOMEN FOR WEAPON PURPOSE IT IS VERY DNGERIOUS FOR ALLLLLLL……… ANEY PUBLICK AUTHORITY NOT SERIOUS IN THIS SUBJECT PLEASE VISIT OUR SITES & WRITE YOUR OPENION; —- www.rajivkhanna.hpage.com [email protected] PRAMILA KATARIA +91-9958991544, +91-9899264301 TO Special Commissioner of Police Intelligence 4th Floor Police Headquarters, MSO Building IP Estate, New Delhi-110 002 india CRIME BUSNESS & RELIGIOUS BUSNESS IS TOP QUALITY BUSNESS IN INDIA Dear Sir Mr. VIVEK DEWAN changed his head office now religious place Rishikesh Parmarth Niketan Uttrakhand because crime business and religious business is top quality business in India. Rishikesh Parmarth Niketan Swami Chidananda (MUNIJI) permanent use an imported girl by name is BHAGAWATI she living with muniji very long time and more than 13-14

India – Three Weeks In – Delhi, India

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A TripAdvisor™ TripWow video of a travel blog to Delhi to Goa, India by TravelPod blogger Wanderers. See this TripWow and more at tripwow.tripadvisor.com India – Three Weeks In The Beginning – A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step……………….. Dear All, It’s now 3 weeks since we had our tearful departure from Halifax. Adapting to this travelling lark day by day. Whether you like it or not we will be constantly updating you on our escapades in fine detail. Our Round The World trip began on Sunday 11th May 2003 (Julie & John’s 1st Wedding Anniversary – Congrats). The day started in a hung-over state (unplanned!) and proceeded to be a mad rush until we left (nothing new there then!). The only thing we left ourselves to do before departure was re-pack the backpacks, but from 10am to 1pm this was not the focus of our attentions. M’s Mum was the first to arrive after her weekend jaunt to Rothwell, followed soon after by L’s Mum & Dad on their way up to Scotland for a well deserved weeks holiday. Sarah arrived soon after with a surprise guest, Eleisha, who couldn’t make it to the leaving do so it was great to see her; unfortunately it was only brief. Les cooked us a fantastic send off breakfast (through the tears). The last to join the party were Michelle then Iain (our chauffeur to Heathrow) who proceeded to read the weeks TV guide and tell us the good films we’d be missing! Our planned departure time of 1.30pm eventually became 3.15pm (meaning we