The following article is from Erica, who has a blog focused on responsible and sustainable travel. I get asked about responsible travel in India often and how to support the locals while you travel here - hopefully, this post will give you some insight on what responsible travel means. Erica has traveled in India and
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What to wear in India is by far the topic I get asked about the most by my female readers. I have popular blog posts with tips on how to dress, where I buy most of my clothes, and key basics for boho chic style. However, after my trip up to Rajasthan, one of the best places
Okay, blogging buddies, let's talk about the best plugins for bloggers! While I'm a travel blogger, I also do a lot of posts on fashion and lifestyle, so this is not just for travel bloggers, but any kind of blogger. There are some must have Wordpress plugins that nearly everyone has to optimize their sites,
Welcome back to This is India! I always have funny/weird stories about India to share with friends or family when I talk to them. This is just meant to be an honest portrayal of my life in India through short anecdotes. I also share here what I’ve been up to online outside Werkenntwen.
There is so much Indian food to try which varies from state to state that you will never get bored of it. I wanted to have other travel bloggers who are based in India or are Indian tell their favorite food in India so that you can look for them on menus and try all
I have flown hundreds of times and had huge delays and canceled flights a lot. Other than Air India putting me in a terrible hotel one night, I have never been compensated by an airline with cash or vouchers. I suppose it's really my own fault for not asking in some cases - but in
This post is always so easy to write because I just put my favorite things that I use when I travel. I have items on this list from $4 and $5 and up to $200 but most are very affordable. All are useful! I hope it gives you some inspiration (or just buy something for
I recently started a Facebook group full of kickass people who love traveling in India or are planning a trip to India. One common problem kept getting asked about, one that doesn’t have an easy answer: people wanted to know how to book a train in India as a foreigner without an Indian bank card.