Mrs Wright of Barton-under-Needwood
Mr Wilson of Burton-on-Trent
Mr Simpson of Lichfield
Mr Knowles of Logdon
- Don’t try and cover too much of India in one trip – journeys take much longer than in the UK.
- Go with an open mind and be prepared for some amazing sights.
- Avoid Tap water and any food that may have been washed in it. Do not have ice, salads and any fruit that you have not peeled yourself.
- Don’t try and visit the Taj Mahal on a Friday – it’s closed!
- Do see your GP for up to date medical advice.
- Beggars – always difficult but best not to give money much better to make a donation through the hotel you are staying at.
- Always book through a company which offers specialist advice and read one of the many guide books on offer.
- Be prepared to tip and carry a lot of small denomination Indian rupee notes.
- Allow time to obtain your visa before you travel and make sure your passport has at least 6 months validity.
- Try and schedule your visit so that you can experience one of the many Indian festivals such as Diwali or Holi.
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