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Old 04-22-2011, 09:34 PM   #11  
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Amen to that!!! My first time there I only ate at the hotel and still got food poisoning!
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Old 09-06-2013, 10:03 PM   #12  
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I haven't been to India in a while. It was rather nasty a while back. I'd expect little change.
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Old 09-15-2013, 01:03 PM   #13  
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India is full of ****..literally

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India has some good food if you know where to go
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Old 04-21-2014, 09:51 AM   #15  
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No matter where you go in India, always ask to make your dishes lite or no spicy. That's equivalent to the fire sauce here in the US

Mumbai is 100 times better than Delhi. No wonder it's the commercial capital.
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Sick for a week after 25hrs in Mumbai.
Never go there again. If you have a sensitive tummy (god made me that way) bring your own bread and pp&j.
Better safe then sorry.
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Old 02-27-2018, 07:32 AM   #17  
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On my last Delhi layover the hotel contacted a driver for us. His info follows. Great guy who knows where to take you so you don’t get sick. Great Indian place that even our “I don’t like Indian food” crew member enjoyed. He waited while we ate, then drove us to a couple bars and back to the hotel. I asked him if he’d give me a tour of Delhi the next day. It was fantastic. Picked me up right on time and we visited sites in old and New Delhi. He will also take you to the Taj Mahal but needs a day in advance to plan it. He’s a good tour guide in that he tells you enough of what you want to know about something rather than everything you don’t want to know. We had lunch on the tour at another great Indian restaurant and had tea at another stop. I just assumed I’d be feeling it after the trip but no Delhi belly issues whatsoever. I guess you just have to know where to go. I pointed out a couple places that looked good to me and he told me “they would only agree with an Indian stomach”.
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