I dug up something interesting today - Mark Lester, a UK based "Indiaphile" has taken up an interesting challenge - called the "Great Circular Indian Challenge".
It basically is a group of travelers, including Mark of course, who will try to dash around the circumference of India in, hold your breath, TRAINS! For those who have experienced Indian Railways - you know what an effort that would be!
The GCIC is scheduled for Feb-March 2011.
Mark has also started a blog, where he is posting his experiences.
More from these links -
http://www.indiamike.com/india/introduc … ge-t92677/
Mark's profile on this forum - http://www.indiamike.com/india/members/ … er-u63864/
Another thread - http://www.indiamike.com/india/indian-r … ge-t93181/
And finally, the blog - http://gcirc.wordpress.com/
To all Indian hubbers (and others too, of course!!) - If you could visit Mark's blog - encourage him along by leaving some comments.
And if you have the time and inclination, he is open to fellow travelers, even for a small part of the journey.
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