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A country unlike any other and one that embodies the words ‘culture shock’. India is full of treats, from the chilled out Kerala region to the madness of Delhi

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I’ve always loved India, despite having a conflicted history with the country. I spent 3 weeks in India over Christmas and New Year in 2014-15 which was a pretty tumultuous time for me. My six year relationship broke up whilst we were travelling together in India and whilst in hindsight it was definitely the right thing to do, at the time I was faced with incredible uncertainty. I guess not many people can say they were broken up with at the Taj Mahal, right?

Nonetheless, the trip continued and I was amazed at the kindness and generosity of the Indian people. The vibrancy of this nation is unparalleled and even though I haven’t been back yet, I am definitely ready to give it another go.

 

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