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The White Tiger

Aravind Adiga

Prize-winning novel about a boy from a poor village in India who eventually begins working as a chauffeur for a rich man in Delhi. He wants access to that wealthy world, with murderous consequences. This is an incredible read and presents a truthfully raw and shocking India that'll force you to question your morals.

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13th November 2019 by The Wandering Quinn

Where to stay in Delhi - 2019 Guide

Finding the right accommodation in Delhi and staying in the right area of Delhi will pretty much determine how much you like and enjoy your stay in India’s capital city, because as a foreigner to India and to Delhi, this city can be overwhelming, chaotic, loud and hot! Having accommodation in Delhi where you feel safe, comfortable and relaxed is so important and my biggest Delhi travel tip. Especially if Delhi is your first stop in India!...


10th October 2019 by The Wandering Quinn

How to get a sim card in Delhi airport

‘Is it hard to get a sim card in India?’ Not anymore! How to get a sim card in India recently got even easier in 2019! Well, if you fly into Delhi Airport anyway, because as of 2019 you can now buy a sim card in Delhi Airport in a matter of minutes on one of the most competitive plans in the world! Airtel is India’s largest network provider and works well in the majority of the country and right now, they are the only sim card provider located out of Delhi Airport making it easy to get a...

22nd September 2019 by The Wandering Quinn

Delhi travel tips

Delhi has a bad reputation amongst travellers and foreigners but it is an amazing city if you know how to see it correctly. There are so many things to do in Delhi that along with the traffic, noise and heat, it can be very overwhelming, especially for first time visitors to India. Here are some Delhi travel tips that I have picked up during my 3 visits to Delhi so that travellers will visit Delhi, enjoy it and want to go back. Delhi Travel Tips include: Use the Delhi Metro Walk around...

15th September 2019 by The Wandering Quinn

Delhi street food tour - The best & tastiest way to see Old Delhi

I am back in India after a few months of being away. Delhi is my first stop and my main aim is to enjoy Delhi as a tourist as many travellers come to Delhi and find it very overwhelming. I started my trip in Delhi on a Street Food Tour with Reality Tours around Old Delhi. We met at Connaught Place and then took the metro to Chandni Chowk station, we spent a few hours trying foods such as Aloo Chaat, Dahi Bhalla, Jalebi, Chloe Bhature and Lassi. We visited the Sikh Temple in Old Delhi...


13th August 2019 by The Wandering Quinn

How to apply for an Indian Tourist Visa – the new way!

If you’re wondering – ‘is it hard to get a visa for India?’ or ‘how do I apply for an Indian visa online?’, I’m happy to tell you that just a few years ago, it was pretty hard and time-consuming to get a tourist visa for India, but India has upped their game in the last few years and now it’s easy to get a visa for India online! In 2018 it was pretty easy to get a 2 month / 60 day tourist visa for India online as an e-Visa, but for someone like me who went to India for 4 months,...


25th July 2019 by The Wandering Quinn

A 2 month India itinerary visiting North & South India

2 months or 60 days is how long you used to be able to travel and backpack India for whilst on the India Tourist E-Visa which you applied for online. As of 2019 most tourists wanting to visit India can now get a 1 year visa online straight away (there’s not even an option for 60 days anymore) instead of sending off passports to a visa office which is what I had to do to get a one year visa for India in 2018. However, the 60-day visa did work well as 2 months is a good amount of time to spend...


21st July 2019 by The Wandering Quinn

The perfect 2 week India itinerary for your first trip to India

You want to visit India, you only have 2 weeks to visit, you’re wondering ‘can I see India in 2 weeks?’ ‘India is huge where do I start with planning my 2 week trip to India?’. Well, I’m here to help you! India is indeed HUGE, and you’ll never see all of the Country in one trip (I spent 4 months there and barely scratched the surface), so if you only have 2 weeks to travel to India, I’d say go for it! You’ll get a good taste of what India has to offer (quite literally) and you...