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2010-01-21 00:18:43
Oooh the Punjab! :-) Punjabi people are considered some of the friendliest in India. Their music is very contagious, their food is so rich and their culture sooo colorful. They smile all the time :P I didnīt have any problems whatsoever Connie. Actually, India was very good to me healthwise. I suffer from chronic migraines, sometimes I have them during 2 weeks and would you believe that the whole month I was there I didnīt have a single episode? I just used to take bottles of mineral water with me everywhere, and avoid eating at food stalls by the road (though once I did and nothing happened, not even a stomachache). Iīm sure the family at home would be very careful with you, and when you eat out, just ask them to take you to restaurants directed more at tourists, they take all the precautions with their water. It shouldnīt be any big deal if you are careful Connie. Plus, the beauties and the people of India will make you forget about the water :P
2010-01-20 12:38:05
Sounds fantastic jujuba! A guy I know (owns a restaurant near my home), and his wife have invited me to go with them and their children to their home in the Punjab for 5 weeks in March. He has a house in a village there. We would rent a car and do day trips. I think living in a village in India for a while would be an incredible experience. I have always wanted to go to India. I will not go because I'm concerned about the water. When we (Canadians, probably Amercians also) go to Mexico, we pretty well have to stay in all-inclusive resorts to ensure that the food is washed in filtered water. It's even risky if dishes are washed in regular water. I've been to Mexico twice and both times I got sick, yet I was very careful...not eating raw vegetables (ie salads), no dairy products etc. What was your experience in Rajasthan with that?
2010-01-20 11:02:40
I was just visiting Connie, stayed there for a month... Rajasthan is incredible! The presence of Indian royalty is still very much alive through breathtaking palaces and majestic forts that used to protect their kingdoms. A visit to the desert cities and their peculiar cultures is also mandatory. A sight you will never forget! :-)
2010-01-20 06:34:03
Are you from Rajastan jujuba...or were you just visiting? Either way, is it a nice place to visit?