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  1. Richard
    Richard at |

    The travel blogs don’t often highlight both the good and the bad. The stories of never getting sick while traveling are just stories. The not-so-familiar food and drink while traveling can and does lead to an unpleasant experience. Travel with the days scheduled from sun up to sun down don’t allow for the unscheduled illness. Regardless, India isn’t known for public restrooms so the comforts of the hotel may be the better option.

  2. Rich
    Rich at |

    I don’t travel like you guys but getting sick is a fear of mine. A cold is one thing but a stomach thing is another. I already have some issues I have to work around so that causes me to be careful where I go.

    Get well

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