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TRAVELING WITH APPS - India

Our India tour

Let's face it, with just a four week vacation, you can't even begin to see India, in fact, I doubt it even four months or four years would be enough. But four weeks is all I've got, so I have to make the most of my time here. That's why I decided to use tourist apps about India to help me pick out the things I most wanted to do and see.

Anyway, this is my itinerary – it's not a fixed plan because I'll be using the India apps as I go along for information and also to suggest other points of interest along the way. On paper, it should take around 25 day's which gives me a few days for detours if I feel like it.

Delhi

At least four days here mainly in Old Delhi and taking in the many sites from India's past. I've got a detailed route from the apps and they also suggested an evening Multi-media light and sound show at the Red Fort that covers 5000 years of history.

Varanasi (Benaras)

I'll take an internal flight to get here to see the 110 meter high Dharmarajika Stupa where Buddha preached his first sermons. The city is also known as the City of a Thousand Temples and I'll be using those apps to take me to the most interesting and beautiful. Some tough choice to be made here but the Kasi Vishwanath Temple will be a definite stop.

Khajuraho (Another internal flight)

Khajuraho is famous for it's temples with their erotic art. The apps had some pretty graphic photos of some of the more modest ones. Today, out of the original 85, only 22 remain.

Bandhavgarh National Park

I plan on spending a couple of days here, on a jeep safari and if the weather permits, an elephant safari and hope to spot some tigers. According to the apps, this is a small park but with a lot of wildlife, so maybe I'll get lucky.

Jabalpur

Previously known as Jabalipuram during the British Raj the city is influenced by its connections with Arab trader's centuries ago and has a lot to see.

Orcha

This is a town in which time has stood still. The apps show a town pretty much as it was the 16th century with its many palaces and temples still retaining their age old grandeur. This could possibly be a two day stop over.

Gwalior - Agra

The next couple of days should be really interesting and will include Gwalior Fortress, perhaps the largest remaining in India and then on to Agra and the Taj Mahal with its' speculative view

Like I said, this is a provision schedule, in practice things could be very different.

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