Paul Fabregas
I mean no disrespect but i have to say India..studied there for 3 years (2007–2009) the people are very friendly as long as u exclude those that try to rip u off every single time… where do i begin?.. i studied in a small university town in the state of Karnataka so my view is based on what i saw during those years at the area…public urination at the sidewalk, public defecation near some bushes, cow dung on the streets, sidewalks, everywhere as they allow cows to roam freely… if u go to the slums the situation gets worse, the stench is just unbearable… i got food poisoning in the 1st month i arrived and that was despite eating at what appeared to be well sanitized restaurants… i dont know why everywhere i go in india bangalore, delhi, chennai, jaipur all seemed to be so dusty and the air is so~ polluted… the few places i felt comfortable enough to actually breathe were shimla and manali… despite all that i did enjoy my time in india, the food was great just maybe the government needs to do more with regards to sanitation and infrastrcuture and probably public education on hygiene..

我沒有不尊重的意思,但我必須說印度……在那里學習了3年(2007年至2009年),人們非常友好,只要你排除那些每次都試圖欺騙你的人……我該從何說起呢?……我在卡納塔克邦的一個小型大學城學習,所以我的觀點是基于我在那個地區度過的幾年時間所見到的情況……人們在人行道上公開小便,靠近一些灌木叢公開排便,街道、人行道上到處都是牛糞,因為他們允許牛自由地漫游……如果你去貧民窟,情況會變得更糟,氣味令人無法忍受……我在抵達的第一個月就得了食物中毒,盡管當時我是在看起來被很好消毒的餐館用餐……我不知道為什么我去印度的任何地方,無論是班加羅爾、德里、金奈還是齋普爾,都似乎如此多塵,空氣也非常污染……我只在新德里和曼利感到足夠舒適,可以真正呼吸……盡管這一切,我還是享受了我在印度的時光,那里的食物很棒,只是也許政府需要在衛生和基礎設施方面做得更多,可能還需要對公共衛生進行更多的宣傳教育。