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Mobile data across Asia

We live in a connected world. We are used to have access to Internet at every moment during the day. While traveling this is not an exception. We need to plan our trips, book accommodation, search for good restaurants and bars, share photos and impressions with friends and families, among other things that require data. Nowadays is extremely easy to find mobile data solutions for a short period of time through prepaid cards available in most of the countries. Most of data pla

India – a world within a country

There is a saying about India, which goes more or less like this: One either loves it or hates it but never stands in between. We definitely stand with the first part. Of course India will always be India and like any other country it has its own characteristic traits. The cows will always be sacred; the trash will always be there; the food will always be spicy; the people will always have that intense look towards you; the contrasts and poverty will always be extreme and the

Financials in India

Budget control is always crucial on a trip, especially when you are travelling for a long period of time in a budget way. For this reason we decided to set a daily budget for our trip and make a register of every expense since the very beginning. As it was said in our article “How to put our world in a bag”, we found a very useful app (Trail Wallet), which has been helping considerably in this daily budget control. Taking the assumption that we will be travelling for a whole

The human shape of kindness

Travelling is not only about breath-taking beaches, amazing trekking paths, being dazzled by new cultures, meeting new people. People, faces and smiles like no other you will ever meet and experiences everyday something new that arise from facing the unknown. People have a tendency to go on and on about how easy it is to travel, nevertheless besides nice pictures and fancy stories there are always hard times. Travelling is also waiting long hours, missing trains, sleeping in

India Travel Guide

India India is located in South Asia and it is the seventh-largest country by area and the second-largest country in terms of population (1,2 billion people). It is composed by 29 states and 7 union territories. According to Census of India 2001, India has 122 major languages and 1599 other languages. Hindi is the most spoken language, followed by English. The Indian rupee (INR) is the official currency (1€=76,72 INR as of November 30th 2017). General considerations It is man

India's first impression

We are writing these following lines with no more than fifteen Indian sunsets on our eyes. Nonetheless, when it comes to travelling, time tends to be an incorrect measure. Experiences and intensity actually create a far more accurate barometer. Although we have only stayed 3 days in New Delhi, it was one of the most intimidating experiences we have ever faced. Our accommodation was in the middle of Paharganj, a crowded and poor area of the city. After a 20-minute taxi from th