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Living the Dream p4

Living the Dream p4

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Part 4 of the Living the Dream Book
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Featured Post: 5 Egypt Site Seeing Dosand Donts
Egypt is an amazing country to visit, and one of the top spots for everyone to seesometime in their lives. When traveling the country in your next tr ip, besure to take these 5 tips into account for a much better experience!
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5 Egypt Site Seeing Dos and Donts
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The Do and Don't listing is something that I have always enjoyedwatching on travel specials and am throwing my hand into the style with this newfeature! While some of these features are often in the style of "you must do this"and "you might as well miss that," this version will be formatted in a different wayand in no way tell you not to do something major, as my misfortune might besomeone else's highlight. Instead, the "Do" will feature a specific place or thing to doin the destination that are great sites and experiences, and the "Don't" will spotlightthings to keep in mind during that activity that are not well known and publicizedwhen planning the trip.For all posts in this feature, check out the Do and Dont link in the category list onthe side bar in the future for countries, cities, and regions! Now, onward to 5 EgyptDo's and Don'ts!Read more »
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I am not entirely sure what to think when posed with the idea of traveling India for amonth. On one hand, the country of over a billion people is also home to some of the most fascinating temples, forts, and monuments anywhere in the world. Of Search 
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course, what is India without the Taj Mahal, which is a must see in my book - but Ihope to get a bit more out of the country than just that one iconic experience. Onthe other hand, however, I have read numerous accounts of people getting horriblecases of "Delhi Belly" and having a hard time dealing with the cramped cities.Hopefully my previous experiences in Cairo and my upcoming ones in Tokyo andBeijing will have conditioned me enough, but judging from my previous experiences, Isee a point for valid concerns.Still, India is going to be my second longest stop on the entire trip, tied for #2 withneighboring Nepal, which will break up my overall experience into two halves betweenvisiting Varanasi and Agra. Unlike all my previous stops, where my entry point isfairly set from overland progression, India is a bit different. As of the time of writingthis post, my entry point will be the city of Mumbai, purely from being cheapest onairfare from Indonesia (with layovers in SE.Asia). If by some slight chance it ischeaper to fly into Delhi or Calcutta, then I may change my itinerary to reflect that.Who knows, maybe i'll make it to Kathmandu cheaper first! (Doubtful but possible).Either way, it looks like the trip in India is going to be one worth remembering.Read more »
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