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Jun 12

ABOUT XIAMEN AND GETTING THERE

I decided to spend our Christmas holiday in Xiamen and Guangzhou, China. It was our first time to celebrate the season away from home. We purchased our airline tickets and hotel accommodations through our local travel agency. We arrived at the airport in Xiamen, China for about 2-½ hours flight from Manila, Philippines via China …

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Jun 09

Exploring the culture of Chiapas

Food: In addition to the traditional Mexican fare of tacos, beans and tortillas, Chiapas offers several wonderful specialties including stewed lamb or baked chicken with “mole,” a spicy sauce made with chilies and usually chocolate. Street vendors sell delicious food, especially hot buttered corn. There are vegetarian restaurants and menus in the cities. You can …

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May 05

The documents required to get into India

All foreign nationals require a visa to enter India, although there are some relaxations for Bhutanese and Nepalese nationals. Instructions for applying for a visa The instruction and information given here is general in nature. We recommend that you visit the website of the Indian Mission for your country for specific information. Requirements for Indian …

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Apr 21

Travel Tips to India

Read our holiday guide or some other background reading before visiting India, so that your holiday becomes a treasured experience, one that will linger in your memory forever. Make your travel arrangements well in advance, especially if you are traveling between October-March (high tourist season). The Christmas-New Year period from 15 December to 15 January …

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Mar 05

Holiday and Tour Guide to India

Travel in the Indian subcontinent is a mirror of Indian society and one should be aware that with over 400 languages and dialects and over 1 billion people, getting around is not the same as in your own country. We believe that the key to travel in India is knowledge of the environment that you …

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