Driving

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Is The Delhi-Jaipur Drive Any Better Than It Was 30 years Ago?

We were driving to Jaipur. The highway was a single carriageway with two lanes and a narrow shoulder. It was for the most part, smooth. No tolls marred our journey. The only trolls were the trucks and the occasional kings of the road, state transport buses. Those you needed to watch for and speed up to outrun them or scurry out of their way. The trucks were gentler and tried to avoid crushing you. Dhabas were non-existent
Bhavani

A Chance To Stay Where The Wild Things Are...

A farmstay in the jungles of Karnataka, the Hermitage is an easy 45km from Belgaum but the last few kilometres lead through a deserted dirt road with no mobile network. But you don't have to meditate through your holiday. There are many things to keep you engaged -- go for nature walks, visit the farms or villages, try your hands at pottery, farming or just relax with a swim at the neighbour's farm.
Bhavani

A Chance To Stay Where The Wild Things Are...

A farmstay in the jungles of Karnataka, the Hermitage is an easy 45km from Belgaum but the last few kilometres lead through a deserted dirt road with no mobile network. But you don't have to meditate through your holiday. There are many things to keep you engaged -- go for nature walks, visit the farms or villages, try your hands at pottery, farming or just relax with a swim at the neighbour's farm.
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11 Types Of Bad Delhi Drivers

Stuck in traffic for hours on end, I have not much to do but think about driving and drivers. I wonder why my fellow Dilli-Gurgaon commuters can't drive a little sanely. Not everyone is crazy, but enough are for me to have identified 11 specific categories of drivers and driving habits in Delhi-NCR.

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