I have done a couple of hubs on India and Kerala, "The God's Own Country". I am a good traveler and like to write travel tips for the benefit of readers especially the Hubbers. Now, I wish to help the fellow hubbers, who have plans to visit India, to guide them the maximum possible way as a free service especially through phone and email. As there will be much difficulty for a foreigner to visit a country as complex as India, I thought of offering this plan. It is my sincere service as a token of my pleasure for associating with a good global online writers' platform called HubPage. Is there anything wrong in providing such service to the fellow hubers in HP? Await the comments of all who love HP. I will take a decision after receiving valuable comments from the community members.
Yes, The service you are offering for foreigners is really very appreciable. It would be a great help for those who don't know anything about the vast and beautiful country India. I offer my full support in this venture. Good luck!
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