1970-when driving from europe to india was easy

The Hippie route to Goa 1960-70

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All travellers had to cross the Pakistan-India border at Ganda Singh Wala (or later at ... travelled part of the way, particularly across Eastern Europe through Turkey ... Afghanistan Pakistan, by going through Nepal and Tibet to the old Silk Road .
A 1967 VW Kombi bus decorated with hand-painting of the hippie style


NOW BECAUSE OF TERRORISM IN PAKISTAN,AFGHANISTAN IT IS NOT POSSIBLE ,SO WILL HAVE TO GO THROUGH NEPAL TO TIBET TO CHINA TO IRAN WHICH IS VERY LONG AND TEDIOUS
Stopping off at 50 cities the intrepid family saw the world’s largest burning crater, climbed sand-dunes and drove past the Himalayan mountain range in Tibet - all on a shoestring budget


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Now THAT'S the ultimate road trip: Adventurous family-of-four drove across 11 countries from India to France over 111 days (surviving an earthquake, passing the Himalayas and the world's largest burning crater along the way)

  • The Baid family from India set off from Bangalore in their trusty Fiat Linea Tjet in the pursuit of new experiences
  • The 14,154-mile journey saw them visiting the world’s largest burning crater and climbing sand-dunes in China
  • Challenges of the road trip included sleeping in the car during an earthquake and finding vegetarian food

Baid family drove across 11 countries from India to France ...

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Nov 17, 2015 - The driving adventure started in India and followed a route to Nepal, China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Iran, Turkey, Greece, Italy, ...