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Comment by Anil on August 16, 2010 at 4:34pm
Marieellen - Good to know will forward your pointers to others, and will read your travel blog.
Comment by Mariellen Ward on August 16, 2010 at 11:32am
Anil, I run small group tours to India:
Comment by Mariellen Ward on August 16, 2010 at 11:29am
Sam, Call me crazy, but I am cynical abut this "superbug" thing. I think it is probably something over-hyped and sensationalized to keep people from spending their medical money in India, Honestly, I wouldn't be surprised if a British or American medical lobby was behind it.

Before I went to India the first time, I went to a travel clinic and they really tried to instill fear into me about traveling in India. I have traveled by myself for more than a year in India altogether with very few illnesses or problems and I have received excellent health care in clean, modern, efficient, well-run and superbly staffed health care clinics.
Comment by Mariellen Ward on August 16, 2010 at 11:24am
Hi Anil, I publish an India travel blog with a lot of pointers about traveling in India at

I was in Delhi in April and the construction for the games was rampant! I think it will be a bit crazy in Delhi during the games, I would avoid it. Also, the city has an acute shortage of hotel rooms -- and especially reasonably priced, quality hotel rooms.
Comment by Sam Scribe on August 16, 2010 at 10:03am
I have friends who've had surgical procedures overseas, to both good and bad effect. Now Lancet, the British medical magazine, has reported that a new superbug that's resistant to antibiotics originated in India, so it might be a bad idea of British patients to visit India for surgery. I wonder how much this will affect medical tourism.
Comment by Anil on July 29, 2010 at 4:34pm
What impact is anticipated for tourism and tourists heading to India during the Commonwealth games in New Delhi starting from Oct 3-14 ?

I know that this year Diwali is later in November. I need to advise some folks on a 15 day trip of the Triangle and a bit more. Are there people interested in specific pointers for non-backpack solo travelers ?
Comment by Anil on June 26, 2010 at 12:42am
On another site, someone's looking for an operator who can satisy the curiosity of a small group. If there is anyone here who is relatively comfortable putting a package together,
Comment by Mahmood M Poonja on May 22, 2010 at 3:08am
India has made history in many ways. Pop music with the Beatles was another such event. Join a group of Beatles enthusiasts following the footsteps of the Beatles in India - led by Paul Saltzman author of The Beatles In India Fb 11, 2011. See details -
Comment by Anil on March 10, 2010 at 1:47am
After having spent four weeks in Feb.touring Delhi,Jaipur,Amritsar, I have a feeling that there is an untapped potential to organize tours around secondary cities of spiritual importance. In Amritsar I noticed many tourist flocking to Golden Temple. Mixing Architectural/Spiritual with culinary experience for secondary cities would appeal to second time visitors who took the initial Delhi-Agra-Jaipur trip.
Comment by EnLinea Media on March 3, 2010 at 8:40pm
This week our blog covers the majestic, one-of-a-kind city of Udaipur -- along with the issue of the water level in Lake Pichola. Check it out!



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