Buses here, Buses there

One bus, two bus, three bus, four. Five bus, six bus, seven bus, more. That's not an exaggeration. I actually rode more than seven different buses on this ridiculous adventure. One of the things that I honestly loved most about India was traveling by bus. Open-window, non-AC, slow, crowded, incredibly cheap government buses. It was …

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Touring the houses of God

Religious tourism is always something that I've had some qualms about. That is, going to churches, temples, mosques, or synagogues, just to see them, even if you don't follow that particular faith. Certainly, there may be architectural or historic reasons to visit such places, and it's never a bad thing to learn about or experience …

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Mummies, Zombies, and Spirits: A review of 3 Indian museums

For those of you who don’t know, I’m kind of a museums girl. I always liked museums and I’ve begun to steer my Anthropology degree in the direction of Museum Studies. While I was travelling in North India, I visited a few museums in Hyderabad, Jaipur, and Bhopal and with my museums mindset, I’ve got …

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