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Five countries you should not visit: [1] Travel to India

2018-03-20 01:36:00

Five Countries you shouldn't travel to - Travel to India


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Tourism in India

Ganges floaters

Recently, it was popular on the Internet to say, "Dry this bowl of Ganga water, and then be a good Sanlang in the next life." Ganges water. Ever heard of Ganges Floaters? Never heard of "hand bitch". Indians believe that the Ganges River is the holy river, and after death, they can bury their ashes and bodies in the Ganges River to reach the heaven. Although it is said that the Ganga river in India has almost no bacteria, but now the Ganga River is as muddy as the Yellow River, and corpses can be seen everywhere. Imagine that the water intake of every city is almost the Ganga River, how can you drink it?

Dirty meat market

Meat markets in India are uncleaned and unhygienic all year round, flies, rats, crows, snakes, whatever. The meat is just left on the ground to cut, and worst of all, the weather in India is hot, and meat rots very quickly and gets maggots. Well, you know, it's high in protein, and although Indian meat is said to be hormone-free, it's probably something only a SAN can enjoy.

What is it like near the Indian miracle Taj Mahal?

The Taj Mahal is said to be one of the seven wonders of the world, but do you know what it's like around the Taj Mahal? Anyway, there's garbage all around, and you can smell it even when you dive into the Taj Mahal pool!

Wipe your ass with your hand

Indians wipe their butts with their left hand and eat with their right. Some people think this is acceptable, so what I want to say is: 1, washing the vegetables is right-handed 2, kneading the dough is also right-handed 3, cooking is right-handed also God 、、、、、、、、、、、 and to tell you quietly, India is very short of water!

Group pooping

If you travel the countryside by train, hey hey, that smell, you can kill three lifetimes. In the morning, the three brothers like to get together and talk and poops. Men, women, and children! And to tell you quietly, there are no latrines in Indian villages, and they take off their pants and bury mines anywhere, even in some slums! Land mines everywhere!