There are many events geared towards entrepreneurs that take place throughout each year. Here are 10 events worth looking into in 2016.
https://secure.static.tumblr.com/81351ef58d9895469b757232a0d03855/9woacto/7mCn07gsn/tumblr_static_delhi_metro.jpg travelux Transportation in Delhi is one of the biggest problems of the city till today. However, the last years have been a vast improvement. Nowadays, there are five different lines as well as an express line to the airport. Besides the metro, there are also buses, taxis and rickshaws on the streets of Delhi. Delhi as well as most other Indian cities, is reached the easiest by train. There are several train stations in the city with connections to all parts of India. While trains are generally a good way to get around in India, there are also some difficulties and several other problems including the low speed. Trains in India are extremly slow To get more information about train travel in India, be sure to check out our guide about train travel in India! However, it is not very recommendable for tourists and visitors to use commuter trains in Delhi… View original post 593 more words
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When I started packing for my first international trip, I made so many mistakes! I am still not an expert, but I have learned so much from India! I want to make sure that you do not make the mistakes I did. Before I get to the actual packing list I wish I had used, let me tell you a few packing tips to make your life easier! Pre-pack: I cannot stress this enough- Pack everything in the suitcases you are using just like you will for the trip two weeks ahead of time! This will give you an excuse to get everything you need early, see how much your bags weigh, and help you adjust what you are bringing. Have a small carry on and personal item: Running through the German airport and almost missing my flight was terrible. I wish I would have just had my backpack and a duffel bag, so take it from me if you have short layovers and are unfamiliar with the international airports…
HilaryStyle Now that you’ve decided to go somewhere its time to pack! I don’t know about you, but while I have a great love of traveling I don’t reallyenjoy the packing. I find it stressful trying to decide what to bring… What will the weather be like? Do I have the right shoes for walking? What if I forget something? How many outfits can I fit in the suitcase? Will I feel comfortable and look good in what I brought? Will I look goodin the travel photos? HA! HA! To make matters worse… We also have packing rules in our family. We can all bringONE european size carry-on each! No matter how long the trip, no matter the time of year. That’s right, the same amount of space whether it be winter or summer. In fact we only took one carry-on our honeymoon for BOTH of us, that’s right we shared… View original post 756 more words
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