Posted: 18/11/2015 at 11:24
Travelling is getting a little easier as the kids grow up and leave home. I now have to be supportive round exam time (which is basically the whole of May and June) and home for the major festivals (Easter, Christmas and summer holidays) but other than that I am a bit more free to plan and travel as I want to.
This will be my first trip to India so any tips gladly taken. It is a simple exercise to get in, get round and get out. I have 3 offices in India and so it is in, day in an office, travel next day, day office, travel, office and home. I will try and squeeze some running in between but time is normally tight. The trouble is I spend 8 hours in an office and then get back to a hotel with internet and try and do my normal day job as well.
Don't have ice in a drink, don't eat salad. Drink mostly beer. If you can be self sufficient for the whole trip you may survive. Take your own meds for diarrhoea.
Are you on anti-malarials already?