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The New India
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-09-11 07:35:25
This is not fully come out from real India.i think the autor visited only the part of crowded,over populated and less educated places.if any one visit to here there is lot of information sites like of wb palaceonwheels and also indian railway having   More...
Submitted by DC on 2007-09-11 04:19:17
India is juz like any other country, what makes it different is it's diverse culture, different languages, different colours, different people, Spicy Food, & a lot more. But yes in major cities there is huge chaos on the roads, but because   More...
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-09-10 20:53:19
Hello. This is totally true becuase India is overpopualted so everyone is always on the road trying to get to the place they need to get too. Nobody uses the lanes or their siganls. Now, this isn't true in all over India. I have been to a place   More...
Submitted by taureanfire19 on 2007-09-10 09:34:16
Ders lot more good den the bad mentioned here.One will only feel it wen one visits the   More...
Submitted by taureanfire19 on 2007-09-10 09:33:01
Hey! this is absolutely true n dis is only bcoze of high population and less income of people.Labour is very cheap here.Everyones free to do whatever one wants but under limits.Education was not important in the past and thats why this is the   More...
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-09-10 09:06:40
It really is true and definately this is what My country looks like , I think its because of the population and pollution that you see and ofcourse the life's busy with people working hard to eard their bread n corn And the animals yup true The   More...
Topic: India

 
Two Windows on Korea
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-09-06 09:50:06
I am a Korean, who lived in Ulsan for 14 years, and went to Bulgaria for 4 years, and came back. I have been to the places that the travel logue explains several times. (Ulsan is 1 hour drive distance from Kyongjoo) I should say that things in   More...
Submitted by bindero on 2007-09-06 08:36:03
When I was there, it seemed to me like there was way too much noise during the nights. Are South-Korean nocturnal or it was just me who experienced   More...
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-09-05 13:16:44
Well, sounds similar to the experience I had. I went in early April 2007, and spent the entire time in Seoul. I think the highlights of the trip was food, and the many street markets that we saw. It was also interesting how clean it was there. No   More...
Topic: South Korea

 
Three Miles Up
Submitted by alancastro on 2007-09-04 20:47:15
Well, I have read the whole thing and I agree with most of the information provided by Andrew. Some people think that La Paz only has its altitude, but only in the city you can find valleys that differ from the 3600 mts La Paz supposely has to 2000,   More...
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