This is one of the more practical posts Rachel wrote as it something she was often asked about weekly. While she has a more general guide on how to handle money abroad, this one is specifically about money in India and how to handle rupees, the local currency. With the help of Jules, our local
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To answer your first question, yes there is Uber in India. However, even nowadays, it is still not available everywhere and there are a few slight differences you may want to know about. With the help of Jules, our local India expert, we'll try to help you with these changes as well as give you
Once upon a time it was pretty tricky trying to figure out how to get a tourist visa online. We've done a massive update to Rachel's original guide to reflect how much has changed since she first had to get hers all those years ago. Read below for the quick and easy guide! PS: Check
Back when Rachel first wrote about how to get a SIM card in India, the process was much more complicated and getting tourist SIM cards wasn't done as much. Of course today people get them more often, so with the help of Jules, our resident India expert, we've given this guide a much needed update! Read
Rachel first visited and wrote about where to stay in Goa in 2015. You can read her original post here. With the help of one of her close friends, Jules, we’ve given this post a much needed update with even more hotels and accommodations. If you're trying to figure out the best place to stay in
If you want to stay in India consecutively for longer than 180 days without needing to leave, then an e-Tourist visa will not be appropriate for you. This article is going to explain step by step, in-depth, how to apply for an Indian visa from the UK. We have a similar post on how to
Wondering where to stay in Costa Rica? Here's a guide to the best places to base yourself out of! During chillier mornings here in the frigid North, it’s not uncommon that I catch myself daydreaming about warmer weather, aquamarine waters, lush jungles, and proper sunshine. It’s pretty much all I can do not to throw
How She’s Empowering Women Around the World One Retreat at a Time: An Interview with Alexandra Baackes
Welcome to our interview with Alexandra Baackes, the blogger behind Alex in Wanderland and founder of Wander Women Retreats! Each month we're highlighting different female travelers who have really made the world their oyster. Rachel always had a fearless way of traveling, and we want to celebrate other women who share her same spirit. Ask any female