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The Ultimate Bus Journey - London to Delhi across 18 Countries in 70 Days

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Once COVID's over would you ever consider going on this experience of a lifetime?

Only heard about this recently from a family member & then was suddenly in news. I was gobsmacked as never knew this was possible.

First ever 'hop on, hop off' service between India and England, the bus accommodates 20 passengers

Passengers can pay the full price for the entire journey or select from four legs (South East Asia, China, Central Asia, Europe), and they can choose to start in Delhi or London

The cost includes all hotels, all visas, an English-speaking guide throughout, local cuisine, as well as a fully stocked snack and drinks bar on-board the coach which is fitted with Business Class seats, including TVs

Username10418
9 months ago
What do you think of this?
TheChimp
TheChimp9 months ago

I wouldn't take a bus to my local Home Bargains, which is about half a mile down the road.

I quite like the thought of a drinks bar though.

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Username10418
Username10418
Original Poster
9 months ago

You’re funny TheChimp. What’s wrong with taking a bus down the road, or is it due to COVID?

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap9 months ago

I agree

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Moonstone22
Moonstone229 months ago

This sounds incredible, it would definitely be something I would be interested in

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Username10418
Username10418
Original Poster
9 months ago

It’s very interesting & pretty amazing, imagine something more people might consider once COVID’s over, as only live once. You’re braver than me Moonstone22

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Moonstone22
Moonstone229 months ago

ivenailedit One thing Covid has made me realise is that I want to experience more things in life and travel more

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Username10418
Username10418
Original Poster
9 months ago

Moonstone22 that’s what I believe will happen after COVID, people will just go for it & why not

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ACR
ACR9 months ago

I enjoy travelling, but I wouldn't want to spend that much time on a bus over 10 weeks. Plus, there will likely be at least one person on the tour you don't get along with, which would really test your patience 🙄

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Username10418
Username10418
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9 months ago

It is very long ACR & I imagine uncomfortable at times. You thought exactly as I did, what if do not get on with others & stuck together that long, not good

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc9 months ago

On bus for that long? Never.

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G0501
G05019 months ago

No for me, not keen on buses and that's waaay too long. Plus India isn't on my list of countries to go to 😉

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AgnesFaludi
AgnesFaludi9 months ago

It will be so expensive...

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap9 months ago

Sounds interesting but not for me last time I tried to get bus was at wrong stop for half hour the driver wouldn't tell me when I asked.

With in town quicker to walk usually

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Username10418
Username10418
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9 months ago

Imnotcheap sounds as though this trip is definitely not for you. Shame when you come across bus drivers like that, most are good

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neo1
neo19 months ago

If i was young, fit and well enough id love to do something like that but those days are long gone. I did travel in India. 10 hours on a bus with just 2 stops and a over night train from Delhi to Bombay both an experience to behold

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Username10418
Username10418
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9 months ago

neo1 good on you what a fabulous experience especially in the past. Something unique you will never forget

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Glitterandgold
Glitterandgold9 months ago

My experience of travelling to London on a couple of occasions via a coach (Almost 7hrs each way) has taught me I do not enjoy coach trips. So I'd give this a miss. Not my idea of fun

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Username10418
Username10418
Original Poster
9 months ago

Yes Tom, that was what I was told by someone & I just wouldn’t believe them, until I read about it on Twitter. Then lo & behold this new trip was in the news. Look at how cheap it was!

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Mango4
Mango49 months ago

A mere £15,320 one way for 70 days travel

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BusySparrowMum
BusySparrowMum9 months ago

It sounds amazing!! Not sure it’s something my kids would be up for though ... maybe something to look forward too when my babies have flown the nest

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