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Trip Report Triumph and Heartache in India with teens

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We have just returned from spending spring break in India with our two children DD (age 15) and DS (age 12) . The kids have been many places but were really excited about India. We choose Delhi Magic to make our arrangements and it worked out wonderfully. I had read about them on trip advisor, contacted them ( , and Deepa replied right back to me with suggestions and a quote, we were happy with it and choose Deepa immediately without even checking for comparisons. We had 10 days and choose Delhi, Neemrana, Jaipur, and Agra. Unfortunately for us, we missed our flight out of Chicago by minutes due to airline delays.

We ended up spending our first night of spring break in Chicago rather than India. But not to disappoint we made the most of it and had a rather enjoyable but chilly day searching for the Rick Bayless restaurant in the city with our new friend who had also missed her flight to India.

Coming soon: Delhi

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