Finding out what’s happening when and where isn’t always easy, but every State has a tourism department that has information about what’s wonderful in its state and why tourist should plan a trip. Here’s the complete list.
If you want to know what a post is really like, then check out what’s been written independently by expats posted to different parts of the world.
After putting my size 11 shoes on a puppy, nearly putting my foot on a pig while taking a photo of a cow and then seeing a man pulled out of a manhole cover, it’s easily to appreciate why keeping your eyes open and wits about you is important when walking around Delhi’s streets.
Namaste New Delhi blogs about events and activities on a weekly basis, but make sure you check out these other sites to find out what’s happening in the city.
Facebook can a good friend for expats looking to hear about the experiences and insights of other expats. Here’s some groups offering hints and tips on a range of topics, from flats and furnishing to food and fun stuff.
India can be a culture shock when you first arrive. If you looking to connect with other expatriates for advice, friendship and some fun, these groups and networks could be just what you want.
Located south of Lodi Road on Second Avenue, Khanna Market is one long strip of a street where the shops and stores stock almost everything you need (and a little bit more).