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Are you planning a trip to India? Have you wondered about what to buy in India? Are you worried about your safety on your trip to India?
If you answered "Yes" to any of these questions, then this audiobook is for you....
50 Things to Know About Travelling to India, by Manidipa Bhattacharyya, offers an approach to prepare yourself for a trip to India.
Most guides on travelling to India tell you about its people or places or the traveler's experiences in India. Although there's nothing wrong with that, having a list of points to understand the country a little better and to prepare yourself for your visit is always more useful.
Based on knowledge from the world's leading experts, this audiobook brings together tips to help you understand and enjoy your trip to India.
You'll discover tips to select accommodation to your taste as well as tips to stay safe while on your trip. This audiobook will help you to know the cultural nuances and social appropriateness expected in the country.
By the time you finish this audiobook, you will know how to enjoy your food in India as well as what to buy and how to do that in the crowded markets of India. So grab your copy today. You'll be glad you did.
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So very basic...
With only a few exceptions (such as the "bring your own toilet paper" and "try not to use your left hand while eathing" there is nothing very useful here in this super short (30 mins) overview...Most of the 50 pointers are of the variety: "it's best to make a reservation for a hotel in advance" or "you can use Google to find out places you would like to travel to beforehand" (really?!)
Too bad, as there probably are AT LEAST 50 things to know about traveling to India that would have been useful...just not these really basic tips, most of which would apply to any travel anywhere.