Description - India - The South: Backwaters, Beaches, Temples Dream Trip by Victoria McCulloch
During your valuable holiday time you will want to experience the heart of India. Footprint's Dream Trip India: Backwaters, Beaches, Temples will ensure you discover the very best this varied destination has to offer as well as take you to some fantastic out-of-the-way places hand-picked by the authors. From exploring quiet backwaters to contemplating the magnificence of temples, this new guide is packed full of ideas, suggestions and expert advice and will help you design your own dream trip. * Packed with detailed information on where to go and what to do * A hand-picked selection of the very best places to stay and to eat * Full-colour trip-planning section featuring detailed itineraries and maps * Off-the-beaten track suggestions from the authors * Compact, pocket-sized format so you can carry it with you * Written by a local expert offering you insider information Footprint's carefully tailored information ensures that you get the most out of your dream trip.
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Author Biography - Victoria McCulloch
Victoria McCulloch is a nomad currently calling Goa home. Armed with a laptop and a yoga mat, she plies her trade as freelance journalist and Kundalini Yoga teacher. She first ventured to India in1997, but has been living in the 'motherland' for the last seven years and can now only drink her tea with masala in it. Victoria has also been influenced by the music and chanting in India and is recording her second mantra album. South India-born and raised in the vibrant suburbs of Peterborough, writer and photographer David Stott acquired his taste for India in the womb. At the age of 28 he finally discovered the variety and diversity of flavours at which butter chicken had merely hinted and since his first visit he's become an annual visitor to India, steadily learning to tell his chole from his bhature and establishing a serious addiction to masala dosas along the way. David now splits his time between India and his adopted home in vibrant suburban Sydney, where the pace of life is such that he occasionally has to pinch himself to make sure he's awake.