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India Nepal Travel is a media familiarisation trip to India and Nepal during March 2000, for the following travel journalists.
"India spruces up for visit by Debbie Neilson and Bill Clinton"
"India won't allow you to simply look at her. She demand you perform in her threatr"
 

"India that 'land of contrasts', chalks up another 327 citizens as the traffic light changes."
"The Taj, as religious building, is a statement of the Islamic version fo paradise - its orderly regimentation of design, its geometrical gardens, its peace and symmetry."
"Unless you take great joy in haggling with red tape, enjoy the frustration of delayed ground transpor and like the romance of potluck accommodation with no change for redress, book in Austrlaia. I travelled with India Nepal Travel Center without a gitch."

 
"You can run, but you can't hide. Garry Tippet finds himself under fire in India's Rajasthan."
 

No matter how many times you have seen the photographs, nothing diminish the experience seeing the Tej Mahal trust hand. This is the one time the reality exceeds the expectation"
The West Australian - Sunday 29-04-2000
 
If every a city deserved a "holi" day, It's Jaipur. If ever an Australian wanted to join the "holi" celebrations. It has to be in Jaipur".... writes Mike Smith. Travel Editor of the The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Telegraph. referring to the exuberant Hindu festibal held each March. "The people of Nepal are as friendly as their broad smiles suggest. From the busy street of Kathmandu of the cizzy height of the trekking trails neat Pokhar, visitor can expect a warm "namaste"(Welcome) wherever they venture" " For majority of Austrlains, Kathmandu is stepping off point for a journey to the Himalayas, an ultimate trek that would have guests staying in tea houses or camping under the stars - within view fo the nowcapped peaks."
 
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The serenity of the Taj Mahal, the mystery of the Ganges, the madness of Old Delhi, the majesty of the British Raj and the Mahara's architectural wonders - India is all this and mor. No country launches a greater assult on one's senses...from spicy curries to swaying cobras, from colourful saris to cocoon-like turbans.
Nepal is one of the favourite destinations. Besides being home to the world's highest mountains. It is also home to some of the world's friendliest people. Go trekking an drafting or climb aboard an elephent to track rhino and tiger - supprises abound in this elevated paradise. To travel in Nepal is to be uplitted

The old man was a traveller like ourselves but for him the wonde was not that nearby soaring peaks of th snow and ice-covered Hiamalyas. it was the stranger standing by the roadside while their minibus was refuled for the 200km journey back from Pokhara to Kathmandu. Capital fo Nepal. "Where are youf rom? " he asked. Australia we replied. "Ah". he said, " and how do you find Nepal? Is it good/"
The Mercury - 15 April, 2000
"... The day we spent with a marvellous guide , who inttroduced himself as O.P. Gupta. The O.P. he said, was as in O for orange. P for pineapple. "Call me Orange Pineapple Gupta." he laughed."
"As eisewhere in india the accommodation and the food were excellent."
The Sunday Tesmanian - 16 April 2000.
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JOURNALIST COMMENTS


"India won't allow you to simply look at her. She demand you perform in her threatre"

Debie Neilson:

Deputy Travel Editor


 


"India that 'land of contrasts', chalks up another 327 citizens as the traffic light changes."
"The Taj, as religious building, is a statement of the Islamic version fo paradise....


Crispin Hull:

Deputy Editor


 


"You can run, but you can't hide. Garry Tippet finds himself under fire in India's Rajasthan.

Garry Tippet

 


No matter how many times you have seen the photographs, nothing diminish the experience seeing the Taj Mahal trust hand.

Margot Lang
Travel Editor

 


The Indian Sub Continent is a region with civilization and culture that dates back to

Mike Smith
Travel Editor


 


The Indian Sub Continent is a region with civilization and culture that dates back to

Philip Hunter
Travel Editor

 


The Indian Sub Continent is a region with civilization and culture that dates back to

Mike Bingham
Travel Editor


 

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