Ten Tips For Traveling In India
Published on July 19, 2009
I came to India last year and I had a wonderful experience. I went to Agra, Jaipur, Goa, Mumbai and Shimla, they were all wonderful. In general Indian people are good.
Err tuk tuk is not a word used in India. Its used in Thailand! In India, they are auto rickshaws!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Like you mentioned in tip #4, it's no secret that traveler's diarrhea (TD) can wreak havoc on your stomach, and that probiotics may help weak tummies. One probiotic that's very effective for TD is Florastor. Florastor, which contains a beneficial yeast called Saccharomyces boulardii, will naturally help ward off invading pathogenic bacteria (from food, water, etc.) that can cause TD and other intestinal upset. For more information on Florastor, visit www.florastor.com.
I am ready to go after this article! Great insight! I do however use www.EnvironmentallyFriendlyHotels.com to find out if the Hotel I'm staying at is eco-friendly. They list the features of a hotel's green amenities all the way down to if they hire locals. I am most impressed with your honesty and your ability to communicate the beauty of India which seems chaotic and stunning.