About Manipal

"So far as I am able to judge, nothing has been left undone, either by man or nature, to make India the most extraordinary country that the sun visits on his rounds. Nothing seems to have been forgotten, nothing overlooked."
 -- Mark Twain

It is impossible not to be astonished by India, a country that is a melting pot of cultures and religions, races and tongues. The diversity of India ranges from the silence and serenity of the mountains to the extravaganza of festivals like Holi. From the deep oceans to the astounding heights, we Indians are the epitome of diversity. Manipal, the striking combination of zealous youth and the land of tranquility, is the face of this diversity.

Located on a plateau and nestled between the Western Ghats on the east and the Arabian Sea on the west, is the bustling town of Manipal. It is known not only for its scenic beauty, but also for academic excellence. Home to Manipal University, it houses nearly 28,000 students from across 52 countries, leading to the prevalence of an extremely cosmopolitan culture. Being a student centric town, Manipal has all facilities and amenities required for the welfare of students.

Manipal University has been in existence for the past 60 years and has carved a niche in the country due to its state of art infrastructure, scholastic excellence, and an age old reputation. It has 21 constituent colleges specializing in higher education in various fields including medicine, allied health sciences, architecture, engineering, management and hospitality. The university has collaborations and twinning programs with renowned universities all across the world. Recently, it was declared as the 2nd greenest campus in India.

To know more about Manipal University, visit: http://manipal.edu/mu.html
Major constituent institutions under Manipal University are:

Manipal Insitute of Technology (MIT)-

Manipal Institute of Technology specializes in the field of engineering and technology. The college has grown by leaps and bounds since its establishment in 1957, and it today finds its place among the top engineering colleges of the country.
To know more, visit: http://manipal.edu/mit.html

Faculty of Architechture (FoA)-

“32 years of excellence in architecture and design education”- with a potent blend of academic experience and industry exposure, the Faculty of Architecture employs the latest teaching techniques. The world-class facilities and Business Incubation Centre ensure that the students get a head-start in life.
To know more, visit: http://manipal.edu/foa.html

Kasturba Medical College (KMC)-

Established on 30 June 1953, KMC is the first self-financing medical college in the private sector in India. It is ranked at number 8 among the medical colleges in the country, living up to the vision that was set 64 years ago. Following a research centric approach, KMC endeavors to create doctors who can change the world.
To know more, visit: http://manipal.edu/kmc-manipal.html

School of Management (SOM)–

The School of Management endeavors to train professionally competent, socially responsible and ethical management graduates. The curriculum is updated periodically, so graduates are abreast with and adapt to the fast changing business environment. Collaborative research activities have been initiated with institutes of international acclaim, such as Hoschschule Bremen City University, Germany and Ipag Business School, Paris. The School has advanced research centres in Marketing, Finance, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development.
To know more, visit: http://manipal.edu/som.html

Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences (MCOPS)–

One of the premier institutions of Manipal University, MCOPS- as it is widely known, has a unique standing. MCOPS is ranked 1st among private pharmacy institutions in the country, attracting students from far and wide. The institution adheres to all quality measures in terms of imparting education to its students.
To know more, visit: http://manipal.edu/mcops-manipal.html

Welcomgroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration (WGSHA)-

In 1987, the Dr TMA Pai foundation joined hands with Welcomgroup, the hotel division of ITC Ltd. to set up the Welcomgroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration. The training and development program of WGSHA is recognized by the International Hotel Association, Paris. WGSHA has been consistently ranked as the No. 1 institute in the country for hotel management studies.
To know more, visit: http://manipal.edu/wgsha.html

Manipal College of Dental Sciences (MCODS)-

“To be leaders in oral health care at the national and international level” is the aim every student at MCODS strives to achieve. It is ranked 1 st in the area of Research Publications by private universities, as well as among top Indian Dental Colleges.
To know more, visit: http://manipal.edu/mcods-manipal.html

School of Allied Health Sciences (SOAHS)-

SOAHS is the first institution in India exclusively dedicated to the education of allied health professionals. The school envisions training healthcare professionals who can create a difference in the quality of life of individuals. It is ranked number 3 amongst Allied Health Colleges in India.
To know more, visit: http://manipal.edu/soahs-manipal.html

Department of Commerce

The Department of Commerce was established in 2007 with the launch of its flagship undergraduate program specializing in Banking & Finance. The department subsequently introduced more innovative programs specializing in Financial Markets, Management Accounting, Logistics & Supply Chain and Marketing & HR. The curriculum of these programs is administered through a pedagogy combining classroom lectures coupled with frequent industry interaction, enabling students to get a practical perspective along with theoretical inputs.
To know more, visit: http://manipal.edu/doc.html

School of Communication

Committed to excellence in the field of media education, the institute provides training with emphasis on gaining a well-rounded understanding of the ethical, cultural and political atmosphere of the world. Collaborations with international universities like Hochschule Bremen University of Applied Sciences, Hanze University of Applied Sciences and Groningen make this institute number 1 among its counterparts.
To know more, visit: http://manipal.edu/soc.html

Living In Manipal

Facilities provided by Manipal University to all the IAESTE Interns like library card, gymnasium, swimming pool etc. that you can easily avail through the course of your internship.

Library Card

Library card, which serves as your identity card, proving you are the student not a tourist in Manipal and India, is a key to all these facilities.

  1. 1 passport size photograph.
  2. The filled form must be submitted at the MIT Library.

Fields to be filled:

  1. Branch: The department in which you are doing the internship
  2. Department: IAESTE
  3. Permanent Address: Address in your country
  4. Date of Birth
    (Reg No, Roll No, and Year not to be filled.)


  1. Possession of the library card is mandatory for all interns.
  2. Books once borrowed are to be returned in 2 weeks’ time. If needed, the book can be reissued immediately after returning once.
  3. From the 15th day onwards, a fine of Re. 1/- will be levied per day for each book issued.
  4. In case a book is lost, a fine equal to the price of the book will have to be paid.
Experience Library

Swimming Pool

Swimming pool facility can be availed by contacting the IAESTE India LC Manipal and online payment through SBI Portal and showing the receipt at the swimming pool reception desk.

  1. An online form is to be filled by the trainee.
  2. Payment of 200 INR.
Swimming Pool Portal


Facilities of Marena can be availed by paying at the reception itself using a debit/credit card. Some of the facilities include:

  1. An indoor jogging track
  2. A state of the art Gym
  3. Squash courts
  4. A basketball court
  5. Locker rooms equipped with a sauna
  6. Astroturf Futsal court
  7. Badminton courts
  8. Virtual games
  9. Table Tennis
  10. Tennis

Payment Options:
One day- 125 INR
One week- 600 INR
One month- 1,500 INR


Sim Card

Local sim card can be procured easily with the assistance the Local Committee of IAESTE India LC Manipal for easier contact and cheaper cost. (Worldwide calling card is another option)

  • 2 passport size photographs.
  • 1 photocopy each of your passport and Visa.

Internet Access

IAESTE LC Manipal provides wireless internet facility to all the interns in Manipal. To avail this facility please contact the IAESTE India LC Manipal. 20 GB data is given for a month and after that additional charges are applicable.

Visa Regulation

You might have to be registered at the FRO (Foreign Registration Office) depending on your type of visa. If your visa requires you to be registered then your visa will be stamped “Registration required within 14 days of arrival in India”
Registration has to be done with the concerned FRO/FRRO in whose jurisdiction the foreigner is residing.

  1. Please note that tourist visas are NOT accepted and the intern will have to return if they are in India on a Tourist Visa.
  2. Foreigners registered with the police have to inform the Foreigners Registration Officer (FRO) if they intend to leave the place of registration for 8 weeks or more.
  3. Interns interested to extend their visas need to apply 90 days before their residential permit expires. The extension of visa is granted on specific grounds and at the discretion of the FRO.
  4. Foreigners registered with the FRO need to collect an exit permit from the place of registration 7 days prior from their departure day from India.

If not registered within the stipulated period, the foreigner is liable to a penalty of INR 1395. The above rules are subject to change by the Government of India. Please make sure that you submit a copy of your visa and passport to the incoming coordinator positively within a day or two of your arrival.


The accommodations to be provided for all Manipal trainees will either be a hostel room shared by two or an apartment shared by other international trainees with an attached bath/toilet. Kitchen facilities will not be provided.
IAESTE India LC Manipal provides basic accommodation as mentioned above, free of cost. If the trainee wishes to have additional facilities like furnished accommodation, AC facility etc., subject to availability, they will be provided, with certain amount being deducted from his/her stipend for the same. In case you need, there are various economically priced laundry services available in the hostel.
For easier accessibility to college, a bicycle can be purchased.

Hostel Rules

  • Trainees are not allowed to paint/ stick pictures on the walls. Defaulters will be eligible to pay a fine of 1000 INR.
  • Premises of Boys Quarters are restricted for boys only; Girls are not allowed in the Boys Quarters and vice versa.
  • Liquor, narcotics, cigarettes, lethal weapons, and pornographic material are banned in the university premises and residential quarters.
  • Music system, if used to play loud music, will be confiscated.
  • Trainees are not allowed to house outsiders in their accommodations.
  • Motorized vehicles are not permitted on campus.
  • Trainees are requires to wear decent and non-revealing clothes
  • Trainees are responsible for safe custody of their own belongings.
  • Responsibility of the amenities provided by the college lies with the trainee.
  • General cleanliness and tidiness of the bathrooms and rooms of the interns using these.
  • Trainees must meet the Incoming Head/ Coordinators in case of any difficulties.
  • Fines apply in case the above rules are broken.
  • No linen will be provided by in the hostel. It has to be brought or bought by the intern.

Work and Pay

You are supposed to work 5 days a week (8 hours daily), namely, Monday to Friday with Saturday and Sunday being holidays. A record of attendance is maintained in every department and you are supposed to sign on it on a daily basis. You are entitled to receive INR 6000 per month subject to the attendance status at the end of the month. There will be appropriate deductions depending upon the leaves taken Per month. However, you can work on a Saturday and make up for previously taken leave.
The stipend is issued at the end of every month. You must inform the Finance Executive of IAESTE India LC Manipal two weeks prior to your departure from Manipal so that your stipend can be processed and is ready well before your departure. You are advised to read the stipend covenant carefully.

General Rules

  • Any long trips can be availed by the trainee after the completion of the specified period of the internship. The trainees are encouraged to make weekly tours or trips to nearby places.
  • IAESTE India LC Manipal shall organize some cultural/ recreational activities during the entire duration of their internship.
  • The trainees must take prior approval of their Supervisor and Incoming Head/ Coordinator before going out of the city. Any violation in this regard will be dealt severely.
  • It is mandatory for every trainee to write a work report approved by his or her supervisor at the end of the trainee’s working period.
  • As prescribed by University Guidelines all the IAESTE interns are requested to follow the dress code as mentioned below. Interns are required to follow the following dress code in the academic and administrative areas of the University.
  • Please wear clean, neat, presentable and decent clothing shoes/ sandals.
  • Half trousers/ shorts are not allowed in academic areas.

Advice: The beaches around Manipal are very rough during the months May to November and are out of bounds for swimming during these months. Defaulters can be penalized and Manipal University can take strict action against them. It is strongly advised to stay away from the beaches during the monsoons.

Places to Visit

Situated on the western coast of Karnataka, 20 mins away from the sea, we welcome you to the most thriving college town of Asia. We welcome you to Manipal, a beautiful green city, a home away from home, a pride for thousands of students. Manipal awaits you, wrapped in a variety of avenues for entertainment, warm hospitality, and a vibrant night life, making it a memorable experience for each visitor.

We hope to make your visit comfortable and enjoyable so you take back a lot of memories. For this reason we’d like to mention that temperature in the months of May-August varies from 30-35°C and the humidity is always around 90%. Make sure to pack some sunblock and have a memorable stay with us.


Before you arrive:

Travelling to, and living in a foreign country may seem to be a daunting prospect, but it helps to know more about the place you’re going to call home for the next few months. Here are some pointers that will give you an idea about what to expect once you reach Manipal:

  • The temperature generally ranges from 24-38 degrees Celsius. The climate is generally humid and warm throughout the year. Manipal receives heavy rainfall, particularly from June to November. Interns are advised to carry light cotton clothing that are in accordance with the clothing regulations here
  • The local mode of transportation is auto rickshaw. Local buses are available for travelling within the state. Bicycles can be availed on request.
  • Life in Manipal is the perfect blend of academics and recreation. There are a fair share of places to step back and relax after a rigorous day of academics and work.
  • Being a cosmopolitan city, there is no specific food culture in Manipal. One can relish food varying from Indian dishes to Chinese, Oriental, Mexican, Italian and Thai cuisine. Manipal is also a haven for people who love seafood. Popular fast food chains like KFC, Dominos and Pizza Hut also have outlets.
  • Nestled in nature’s cradle, there is no dearth of scenic places to visit around Manipal, like beaches, waterfalls, islands. For a list of places to visit around Manipal, Click here
    Note: Visiting beaches/islands during monsoon (July-November) is not encouraged by IAESTE LC Manipal, due to safety concerns.

Here are a few things that need to be kept in mind before you reach India:

  • Ensure that your visa, passport and insurance documents are in order. Keep a copy of all important documents.
  • Keep your passport with you at all times, since it’s the most important proof of identity. Leave a copy of it with your family, and keep digital copies (in case it gets misplaced).
  • It is highly recommended that you bring sufficient cash along with you to support yourself before you receive your stipend at the end of your 1st month. Wait till you get to Manipal to exchange currency, as better exchange rates are available here, than at the airports.
  • In case you are carrying any electronic equipment, carry an adapter for 230V AC, 50Hz. India uses “Type D” electrical plug points.
  • Check if your mobile phone is compatible with the local Indian GSM frequency of 900/1800. Ensure that your phone is unlocked, especially if you have an iPhone.
  • IAESTE LC Manipal has organized a plethora of events for the upcoming year.Some events may have a dress code, or specific requirements. Refer to the following link to know what all you might need: Click here
  • Take any general vaccinations you feel you may need because of the change of environment you may experience in India.
  • Inform authorities about any chronic or serious allergies (pollen fever,asthma, etc). Carry a copy of your medical history, if any.
  • Have at least 15 passport size photographs.
  • The baggage limit for domestic airlines in India is 15kgs, plus 7kgs for a handbag. If your luggage gets misplaced at the airport, please get proper documents from the airport authorities to ensure it gets delivered to the address:
    IAESTE Office, 1 st floor, Innovation Centre
    MIT, Manipal University
    Manipal-576104, Karnataka

Getting to Manipal

Manipal is well connected by road, rail and air to all major cities of India. There are two major cities close to Manipal – Udupi (5km) and Mangalore (65km). The following modes of transport can be availed:

  • AIR:
    Nearest airport (Domestic and International) - Mangalore Mangalore has regular flight service to major Indian cities such as New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Hyderabad. There are direct international flights to Mangalore from Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Muscat, Doha, Qatar, Bahrain and Kuwait. Prepaid taxis are available at the airport. However, a university cab will be sent to pick you up. For the flight fares, flight bookings, flight schedule and other details, please visit:
    www.makemytrip.com or www.yatra.com
  • ROAD:
    There are private and state owned car and bus services from all major Indian cities. Direct buses to Manipal are available from Mangalore, Bangalore, Goa, Hyderabad and Mumbai. For bus bookings and further information, please visit www.redbus.com or www.makemytrip.com.
  • TRAIN:
    Closest railway station – Udupi.
    Manipal is linked to all important cities of India via the extensive Indian Railway network. Please note that to secure a seat on any train, you need to make a booking well in advance. For railway bookings, train timings and other information, please visit:https://www.irctc.co.in

Arrival On Campus

Once you reach Manipal, you will be escorted to the IAESTE office. A local committee member will brief you about all the formalities that need to be completed.
For more information about the formalities that need to be completed after your arrival,refer to: Life in Manipal

Visa Regulations

  • Please come to Manipal before you go elsewhere, so that we can ensure that your visa documents are in order. You might have to be registered at the FRO (Foreign Registration Office) if it’s stamped as: “Registration required within 14 days of arrival in India”.
  • If not registered within the stipulated period, a foreigner is liable to a penalty of Indian currency equivalent to US$ 30.
  • Foreigners registered with the police have to inform the FRO if they intend to leave the place of registration for 8 weeks or more, and need to collect an exit permit from the place of registration 7 days prior from their day of departure from India.
  • Please note that Tourist Visas are NOT accepted and the intern will have to return if they are in India on a Tourist Visa

Please make sure that you submit a copy of your visa and passport to your Buddy within a day or two of your arrival. You will receive help in case any formalities need to be completed.
For more information, visit: http://boi.gov.in/content/registration-requirements-foreign-national


Preparing to travel:

  • Renew/check passport
  • Obtain visa.
  • Take the recommended vaccines.
  • Purchase travel/health insurance.
  • Print documents.
  • Save an electronic copy of all documents.
  • Notify your bank that you’ll be travelling(To avoid your cards getting declined)


  • Passport
  • Visa
  • Insurance documents
  • Printed copy of the N5b
  • Photo ID
  • Medical history, vaccination certificates
  • Medical prescriptions
  • Tickets
  • Money, local change, credit/debit cards
  • Photocopies of documents/IDs/tickets
  • Emergency contact informationv
  • 15 passport size pictures


  • First aid and general medication
  • Sunscreen
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Mosquito repellant
  • Antifungal Powder

Electronics and gadgets:

  • Voltage adapter (230V,50Hz, Type D socket)
  • Mobile phone (unlocked, 900/1800 GSM frequency), charger, sim ejector tool
  • Calculator
  • Flash drive
  • Portable battery charger
  • USB cables
  • Laptop and charger


  • Umbrella
  • Sewing kit
  • Raincoat
  • Swimwear
  • Flip flops
Download the entire checklist here

Namaste Manipal

  Namaste Manipal     Trips  

Namaste Manipal:

The International Association for Exchange of Students for Technical Experience is back with its flagship set of events. We are ready to host all visiting interns, throughout the nation, during the most happening week in the most happening town in India, this August. Be prepared for 6 days packed with events such as an International Cuisine Night, Scavenger Hunt, International Day, Annual IAESTE ball, and Sports Day. Each of these events have been specifically designed to help you dive into the depths of Indian culture, while sharing with us a glimpse of yours.


Be prepared to knock off the start to a truly exasperating week by witnessing everything that is truly India. The word “Sanskriti” literally means culture in Hindi, and boy are you in for a ride. India is proud to present itself as a country with extremely diverse cultures and beliefs and we, at The International Association for Exchange of Students for Technical Experience, wish to share these cultures and beliefs with all visiting interns by hosting cultural events.

Scavenger Hunt:

Grab that deerstalker cap and magnifying glass that’s been laying in your wardrobe gathering dust, because we’re going to take you on an adventure in and around the magnificent university town of Manipal! Explore the beautiful contours of our hot and humid hometown, while collecting tiny fragment like clues, each of which shall teach you something glorious about Indian culture and history.

Bollywood Night

Party like a Desi for a night!
Prepare yourself for a night you'll never forget. What better way to unwind after a long week than with a Bollywood themed night! With one-of-a-kind games like sari draping and turban tying, you will be sure to have an experience like no other. Learn how to dance to the best of Bollywood and sing your heart out to the top Indian songs of this decade. Filled with laughter, drinks, snacks and lots of music - trust us this is one event you will not want to miss!

International Day:

Come feel what it truly like is to be in Manipal, by celebrating your country’s culture in a university town that that harbors students of over 40 nationalities as full time residents and welcomes students from over 85 different countries every year as interns. This day is dedicated to those interns that wish to share fragments of perhaps what is closest to their heart- Their Country. It could be as simple as setting up a stall to distribute specific handicrafts inspired by their country, or as breathtaking as dramatizing a certain nationalistic or religious ideology.

International Cuisine Night:

Prepare your taste buds for delicious food from all over the globe. The International Cuisine Night, held in the finest kitchen in Manipal, that produced the likes of Vikas Khanna (6 time Michelin star winning chef), is something for every “foodie” to look forward too. From Pretzels to Pancakes and from Dbukbokkie to Dal Makkhani, learn what it truly feels like to live in Manipal by experiencing the spirit of internationalism like never before. Chak de Duniya!


  Namaste Manipal     Trips  


Thrissur, Fort Kochi, Munnar and Kozhikode

For many travellers, Kerala is South India's most serenely beautiful state. A slender coastal strip is shaped by its layered landscape: almost 600km of glorious Arabian Sea coast and beaches; a languid network of glistening backwaters; and the spice and tea-covered hills of the Western Ghats. Just setting foot on this swath of soul-quenching, palm-shaded green will slow your subcontinental stride to a blissed-out amble. Kerala is a world away from the frenzy of elsewhere, as if India had passed through the Looking Glass and become an altogether more laid-back place.


Located 300 kilometers towards north-west of the state capital of Kerala, it is known as the Cultural Capital because of its cultural, spiritual and religious leanings. Historically being the centre of Hindu scholarship, it has one of the most famous temple of Hindu Shaivism, that is the Vadakunnathan Temple. Home to a number of temples, it is also famous for its churches, being masterpieces of architecture.


Located in the port city of Kerala, Fort Kochi is a part of a handful of water bound regions. The European inspired architectural style of the buildings and the town layout easily make Fort Kochi distinct from the other cities of Kerala. Fort Emmanuel, (after which Fort Kochi is named) built by Portuguese, is believed to be one of the first church built in India.


Set at an altitude of 1600 meters above sea level, Munnar is a town and a hill station in the Western Ghats range of mountains, towards south-west Kerala. It is known for its unending expanse of tea plantations, pristine valleys and mountains, exotic flora and fauna in its wild sanctuaries and forests, aroma of spice scented cool air.


Kozhikode, also known as Calicut, is a coastal city in the state of Kerala in southern India. Basking in the idyllic setting of the serene Arabian Sea on the West and the proud peaks of the Wayanad hills on the east, this district with its beautiful beaches, lush green countryside, historic sites, all combine to make Kozhikode a popular tourist destination with a warm ambience to fascinate a visitor.


A trip to the land of rich heritage and culture, a place which has stood the test of time and seen many people been built and fall, a trip to Mysore. In a 3 day 4-night trip filled with all the unexpected and action filled adventures you couldn’t think of, you shall enjoy your escapade and make memories you’ll cherish for a lifetime. In this duration, you’ll not only experience the local cuisines and monuments but also get a hand’s on experience of Indian culture and lifestyle.


A fantasy world of rocks and ruins, a carnival of carvings. A rhapsody in stone, Hampi, the erstwhile capital of the Vijayanagara Empire, has now been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Magnificent religious and architectural ruins of the Hoysala Empire dot an unearthly landscape characterized by giant boulders perched precariously over miles of undulating terrain. Let the adventurer within you be enchanted by the enigmatic Vittala Temple with its Musical Pillars and Stone Chariot. Marvel at the grandeur of the life the Royals must’ve lived as you explore the Royal and Zanana Enclosure. Bask in the mesmerizing view from the top of Hanuman Temple after completing a climb of 600 steps. The Jade-green palm groves, banana plantations and paddy fields offset the rusty hues and create an exquisite kaleidoscopic effect. Experience serenity and feel the wind in your hair while relaxing at the banks of Sanapur Lake or as you explore Hippie Island on a moped. Feel a sense of contentment that you haven’t before. A delight for backpackers and pilgrims alike, Hampi is the ideal getaway, and no one should miss out on this exhilarating experience.


At a height of 3500 ft and with the company of clouds, the loudest thing you will hear is your heartbeat. Coorg is about its people, culture, history and the warm hospitality. Make the most of this chance to live in the Scotland and the coffee capital of India. Experience the fresh water cascade at Iruppu falls and the Buddhist culture that still continues to exist. Raja's seat will offer you a wonderful view of the valleys of Western ghats. Discover the origin of Cauvery on mountain slopes and have some fun with elephants at Dubare. Enjoy the green therapy, sip a cup of coffee and get to enjoy monsoons while you breath the fresh and natural air. Dive into this wondrous land and make memories for a lifetime.


GO GREEN with an adventure filled trip organized by IAESTE INDIA LC MANIPAL We’ed like to invite you for our trip to Gokarna and Dandeli. Dandeli is an ideal destination for the adventure junkie in you and Gokarna offers just the calm you’re looking after that. The town of Dandeli offers white water rafting, night camps, nature walks, boating, bird watching, tiger and crocodile spotting and angling, along with picnics, eco-tourism, and trips to nearby caves and temples.
With its pristine beaches and breathtaking landscapes Gokarna is one of those places you don’t wanna miss. The beaches are meant for a slow, relaxed holiday and everything on the beach goes at the same relaxed pace. In this tropical paradise , for those who aren’t keen on coconuts we will provide you with the good stuff. Come experience the best with us !


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