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Travel Blogger Visits India And Her Pictures Are Straight Out Of A Fantasy Film

Meet Alyssa Ramos, a travel blogger who has covered 44 countries, including India, with just a bag and a camera. The results will take your breath away.



A photo posted by Alyssa Ramos ✈️ MyLifesAMovie (@mylifesatravelmovie) on Aug 4, 2016 at 7:18am PDT






30 photos of india that will make you obsessed

Of course...the Taj Mahal...

A small Buddha shrine in New Delhi

Jama Masjid mosque (Muslim) in Old Delhi - they say "You haven't seen India unless you've gone to Old Delhi"

Posing with a Pakistani woman and her daughter who asked to take a photo with me at the Jama Masjid

Classic Indian Dishes, Paneer Masala and Dal at The Lalit New Delhi

The Agra Fort - where the Emperor who had the Taj Mahal built (as a tomb for his favorite wife) was imprisoned by his son until he died

A garden across the river from the Taj Mahal called the Mehtab Bahge, which is rumored to have been where a black Taj Mahal was to be built for the Emperor's tomb

A corner of the Taj Mahal, and my first saree

The Amber Fort in Jaipur

Kids accidentally photo-bombing my creative Amber Fort photo

The City Palace in Jaipur (Jaipur is also known as "The Pink City")

Bonding with a camel after a ride through the sand dunes in Pushkar

Kids watching the sunset over the sand dunes in Pushkar

The best selfie ever.

At first the kids were asking for money, but we didn't have any so we introduced them to iPhone selfies and Snapchat filters instead.

Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur

View of Jodhpur, "The Blue City" from the base of Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur

A local street with blue homes in Jodhpur

The Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur, still home to the Royal Family, and also voted the Best Hotel in the World by TripAdvisor

A Cable Car up to a mothers shrine in Uduaipur

The Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur

The courtyard of The Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur

The same deck of the Taj Lake Palace lit up at night for a special evening

View of the City Palace from the Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur

Dhobi Ghat - the largest outdoor laundry in the world, located in Mumbai

Marine Drive AKA The Queen's Necklace during Monsoon Season in Mumbai

The Gateway of India during Monsoon Season in Mumbai

Women in colorful sarees with colorful umbrellas looking at the Taj Mahal Hotel across from the Gateway of India

Cows relaxing on Palolem Beach in South Goa during low season (monsoon season)

Bamanbudo Waterfall in South Goa - an upside to monsoon season

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