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  • Location: Delhi, Rajasthan, Jaipur

Singles and Spice

Singles and Spice

Why a Booktrail?

2000s: Single and on holiday to India’s golden Triangle

  • ISBN: 978-0992867201
  • Genre: Fiction, Romance

What you need to know before your trail

Eve Mitchell is the tour manager for Travel 2gether and she’s off to India on their latest tour with a bunch of new faces as well as the travellers she’s seen before. They’re as varied as the array of spices and flavours in Indian food so there’s never any time to get bored with the same old routine.

Eve takes her travellers around the sights but the real points of interest seem to be in the group itself. Who are they people and what makes a bunch of complete strangers want to holiday together in this way?

Travel Guide

A holiday with a difference. A singles holiday with such a wide range of people on the tour,. If you’ve ever been on a tour – of any kind – this will ring true and make you both laugh and shake your head. There’s always one’ will be a phrase you use a lot. Why must some of the females try to trap as many men as they can? Why doesn’t that man ever seem to wash? Why is that lady so slow and just who puts their teeth in a bag?

As for the Golden Triangle -this is the area from the Taj Mahal, the pink city of Jaipur, tiger-spotting in Ranthambore to the noisy, crowded streets of Delhi – all there with the evocative sights and aromas to waft past your nose and imagine you are right at the heart of Eva’s group.

Ajit is the local guide and his expert knowledge about some of the temples and other places of interest are a great way to discover the bits you might have missed otherwise.
Just don’t step out of line as poor Eve might not be able to cope with too much more!

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