Whenever I think of travel, I think of railways. Although I travel by buses at times, I think of railways as my first mode of transport when I am commuting for work or just taking off for the day. Trains are an integral part of Indian travel and majority of the population prefer to travel by trains. This month I along with my blog friends are focusing on trains because on May 14 the United States celebrates National Train Day. While the idea was to write something about the trains on this particular day, I have decided to celebrate it throughout the month, every Saturday.
While India certainly has a lot to offer there are many tourists that prefer to break their holidays into smaller circuits and make the best use of the limited time and budget they have. Located in the north of India is The Golden Triangle, a tourist circuit that includes Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. Although, it sounds like a smaller circuit it still offers the best experience that one can have in a limited space of a 5-6 days.
The year 2013 has not been quite great for many people because the stock markets are sliding down and there has been lot of unemployment happening as multinationals and companies are trying to use cost cutting measures by eliminating unwanted staff. If you are an Indian, I don’t need to tell you more about how the inflation is quickly consuming up our salaries and the prices of onion have already brought tears to the population of the country. No matter how the economy is doing marriages cannot wait and every couple looks out for best honeymoon destinations in India. While I have already written about the top 5 best honeymoon destinations in India, I decided to add some budget friendly honeymoon destinations as well that won’t cost much and still offer the same thrill, fun and privacy moments that you need.