Backpacking in India: Top Four Places to Visit in New Delhi

India is an absolutely awe inspiring country, a test of your backpacking adrenalin and one of the most beautiful destinations to visit when traveling the world. And an added bonus is that today more than 150 citizens from around the world can apply for their tourist visas online instead of visiting an Indian embassy (like Read more about Backpacking in India: Top Four Places to Visit in New Delhi[…]

Backpacking in India: How to get From New Delhi International Airport to the City Centre

The reason for this article is to help out fellow travellers and backpackers. I never thought I’d have to write an article so simple but it needs to be done. As a long term traveller, I’m always looking for the cheapest and safest way from an airport to the city centre. When I booked a Read more about Backpacking in India: How to get From New Delhi International Airport to the City Centre[…]

Backpacking in India: My Stay at Moustache Hostel in Kailash, New Delhi

** Apparently as of August 2016, this hostel is no longer running, so get yourself booked into the fantastic Smyle Inn in New Delhi please! New Delhi was my first stop on my surprise India trip in February 2016 and I firstly headed to the backpacker zone, homing in on the Main Bazaar Road district. Read more about Backpacking in India: My Stay at Moustache Hostel in Kailash, New Delhi[…]

Backpacking in India: Staying at the Popular Smyle Inn in New Delhi

When I arrived in India for the first time in 2016, my first port of call was the capital city, New Delhi. I found out about the highly rated Smyle Inn Hostel and made this my base for my first three nights in New Delhi before night training it to Mumbai. When I Facebooked the Read more about Backpacking in India: Staying at the Popular Smyle Inn in New Delhi[…]

Backpacking in India: Getting A Night Train from New Delhi to Mumbai

Backpacking in India: Getting A Night Train from New Delhi to Mumbai

My first stop in India was New Delhi and I loved it there. I was based in the popular Smyle Inn and Hostel. It seemed to be a perfect first introduction to Indian life. Delhi’s chaotic street life is a backpackers dream, my passion for travel was pumped vivaciously on the streets of this sprawling Read more about Backpacking in India: Getting A Night Train from New Delhi to Mumbai[…]

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