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DAILY HASSLES OF MUMBAI TRAVEL

Rickshawalas have been creating havoc in our lives from quite some time now. “No”, seems to be their favourite word. And going on strike is like their favourite pastime. 618 more words

Travel Woes...

A motorized variant of the cycle rickshaw is a popular fixture in many Southeast Asian countries. It’s called auto rickshaw in India, rickshaw in Pakistan, Bajay or Bajaj in Jakarta,  three-wheeler or tuktuk in Sri Lanka, samosa, tempo, tuk-tuk in Thailand, trishaw, autorick, bajaji in Madagascar and Tanzania, keke Napep or Maruwa in Nigeria, rick, tricycle in the Philippines, mototaxi, baby taxi, lapa or tukxi in Piaggio Ape Calessino. 71 more words

Trivia

Welcome to India!

Greetings! My name is Michelle Jeong and I am currently a junior at Bowdoin College studying abroad in Madurai, India. Prior to coming to India, everyone wanted to know why I chose India as my study abroad location. 638 more words

#studyabroad

Rickshaws in Paris

An unusual way to get around the city, with rickshaws available to transport you to see the sights of Paris.

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Paris

Leg 2 Amazing Race: Asia 2016 (INDIA)

NEW DELHI, INDIA

MISSION: TAJ MAHAL

CURRENT STATUS: 3RD PLACE

China left us slightly bitter but it was all for the good.  The Great Wall of China was worth the bumps and bruises along the way.   589 more words

TRAVEL

INDIA, "Your Karma ran over my Dogma"

GOA

Getting to the plane was stressful and panic-stricken, a little precursor to what our trip to India was going to endure. Got to Heathrow by way of the wrong bus that kept circling the airport, then got dropped at the wrong terminal. 4,474 more words

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The tuk tuks of Dongola

The custom, auto-rickshaw scene in Sudan

In a short space of time, cheap, Asian imports have transformed many aspects of life for Africans: mobile phones are now within reach of the relatively poor, opening up communication in what has always been an oral culture that values the spoken word over the written one; Chinese motorbikes have created jobs for two-wheeled taxi drivers and increased access for individuals in more remote places that you might have had to wait a week to find enough passengers for a car. 248 more words

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