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Hi guys here is a preview of my trip to India , I will be staying only few month so if you have idea good cities or regional area you want to share let me know. I am not looking for very touristic area and wil be travelling on a Royal Enfield with my wife.

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Hampi in Karnataka. Due east from Goa (point 9), you can take the train if you don't want to divert on the bike. Spent one day there and could happily have done three.

Kerala is very pleasant, cruise the backwaters near Alleppey (south of your point 10).

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Would be a bit easier to help you if you could give an idea as to what you are looking for - historical stuff/ beaches/ wildlife?

Maybe this could give you some ideas:

India Travel Forum | IndiaMike.com

Hampi is nice, was there just recently:

BN Hampi Meet 2007 - a photoset on Flickr
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what I am looking is to do some of the basic Indian cities and monument (Taj,Mombay..) but I go there to get more on the non touristic trac.
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