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I know that staying in Iceland can be pretty expensive. You will probably spend a handsome amount of money on food and accommodation, and perhaps on transport too. Some tourists that visit Iceland also spend a fortune on tours, day trips and other activities and do not realise that there are so many things in Iceland you can actually do for free. Exploring on your own will save you loads of money and it also allows you to be independent while you're travelling.
1. How many days are you planning to be in Iceland?2. How many people are traveling?3. Are you looking to join a guided tour that includes all your transport?4. What is your budget for the trip?5. What kinds of things are you most interested in seeing/doing?
Bravo! For writing an honest blog about the filth in India. 18 months ago I returned from my 6th trip to India since 1983. From my travels recently I can say there has not been any decrease in the amount of garbage or human waste in the streets of any of the cities that I have revisited. 6 visits to Delhi, 6 visits to Jaipur, 2 visits to Amritsar, Haridwar, Rishikesh.I have a love/hate relationship with India. I love India for its beauty and diversity of its regions. For its music, art and its very kind and generous people. I hate India for its lack of government concern about the health and safety conditions of the garbage, open sewers in the cities. Recently, I wrote a letter of my concerns to The Times of India with a pointed statement about the forthcoming Games of 2010 in Delhi and the filth of the streets, lack of public bathrooms in the capitol city and at major tourist attractions throughout India. I firmly believe that if visitors to India who find these conditions would send an Email to the India Govt Tourist Board or to the President of India, an improvement will take place. Indian citizens do not like the street condition but can do nothing about the situation. Thousands of tourists arrive on a daily basis in India. If a fraction would send off short emails a change can be made. All the best in your travels in North India. I will suggest both the Golden Temple in Amritsar and McLeod Ganj, the home of the Dahlai Lama. Namaste, Marylouise
If you want to try to go to Rainbow Mountain on your own in a grand attempt to avoid the tourist crowds, it is likely not worth the effort. We often prefer independent travel to have more freedom, connect with locals, cut costs, and not be forced into a crowded environment. 2b1af7f3a8