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Jul
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comment Why do some countries require everyone entering to see a customs officer, and some don't?
India falls in the first category, not second. You can walk out of the baggage area from the green channel.
May
10
comment Is Indian food easily available in European countries?
As someone who can relate to the OP and their parents, I can say if they are not open to trying "unusual foreign" food, then they really mean it. I don't think a meal or two at a substandard Indian restaurant will convince them otherwise.
May
10
comment Is Indian food easily available in European countries?
No, you don't travel half the globe to eat the same thing you have at home, you travel half the globe for other reasons, like seeing places you are interested in and so on. However, you do have to eat too, it's a basic requirement. Some people aren't comfortable with new kinds of food, and that is ok.
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May
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comment Is Indian food easily available in European countries?
Well, by choosing the fillings appropriately, one can perhaps get something which will be somewhat familiar and not too foreign or strange to an Indian who is uncomfortable with trying unusual foods. But yes I agree that it's stretching it a bit.
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May
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comment Is Indian food easily available in European countries?
Which is why I would never buy a soda in a bar in central Paris, I'd buy it at a supermarket for less than 1 euro. :-)
May
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answered Is Indian food easily available in European countries?
Apr
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accepted How do I find out practical information (lines, timetables, frequencies, maps, etc) about the SNCB network in the Bruxelles-Capitale region?
Apr
24
comment How do I find out practical information (lines, timetables, frequencies, maps, etc) about the SNCB network in the Bruxelles-Capitale region?
Thanks, yes I saw the lines. However I'd like to have a "big picture view" of the timetables and frequencies too, not just searching for specific itineraries. In practice I wouldn't have to bother about this, if my sole aim was to get from A to B, and I just used the STIB journey planner. :-) However, I might want to take an SNCB/NMBS train just for the sake of taking one, and I might even decide which sector to go on based on the information I'm looking for.
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asked How do I find out practical information (lines, timetables, frequencies, maps, etc) about the SNCB network in the Bruxelles-Capitale region?
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accepted Does the 24h/48h/72h JUMP pass for Brussels need a MOBIB card?
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asked Does the 24h/48h/72h JUMP pass for Brussels need a MOBIB card?
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