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Old June 27th, 2010, 05:02 AM posted to rec.travel.asia
GlobetrooperTodd
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Flat out circumnavigation of the Indian Railway network (GCIRC). Mumbai
to Dwarka in the extreme west, Udhampur in the extreme north, Ledo in
the east and Cape Kanniyakumari in the south. Also Ghum near Darjeeling
as the highest point, and Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu as the most coastal.
12,500 Km of rail in 2 weeks, with only 2 nights in a motionless bed,
the ultimate Indian train journey.

We have 20+ people interested, but the more the merrier.

Is anyone interested?


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Old June 27th, 2010, 02:46 PM posted to rec.travel.asia
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"GlobetrooperTodd" wrote
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Flat out circumnavigation of the Indian Railway network (GCIRC). Mumbai
to Dwarka in the extreme west, Udhampur in the extreme north, Ledo in
the east and Cape Kanniyakumari in the south. Also Ghum near Darjeeling
as the highest point, and Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu as the most coastal.
12,500 Km of rail in 2 weeks, with only 2 nights in a motionless bed,
the ultimate Indian train journey.

We have 20+ people interested, but the more the merrier.

Is anyone interested?


I'd love to do a trip like this, but...

I'm not only interested in trains and if I was going to the aggro of
travelling to India I'd want the schedule to include visits to see the
sights and time off to see the culture (outside of a train carriage) as well

tim



 




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