On our 3 other transits through Delhi, we visited various attractions including Sanjay Colony (a proper slum), The Red Fort, Jama Masjid – Asia’s biggest mosque, and the Gandhi museum.
Shimla was a popular hillstation holiday place for the British during the occupation years, and now is the same for well-to-do Indians. We took the opportunity to unwind here for a few days on our way from the North to the South of India.
We decided to take the 6 hour train ride north to Amritsar, in the hope of finding cooler weather than Delhi (this was an epic fail, it’s even hotter here) and more relaxed vibes (success on this front). The train ride was great – we actually got time to be productive for a change, something […]
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After a quick but fulfilling week of eating, shopping and logistics in New York, we made the 24 hour journey to the latest destination of our journey – India. After reading reviews of Air Kuwait, and expecting it to be a nightmare trip, we were pleasantly surprised… the flights were both on time, the airplanes […]
Bolivia’s Carnivale involves over 60,000 people, dressed in multi-coloured extravagant outfits, parading down the streets of La Paz for one epic, alcohol filled day of fun and debauchery. Check out my photos here..
Read about our experience hiking the Camino Precolombino Choro (El Choro) hike near La Paz, Bolivia. Included is some logistical information about the hike, up to date information about the state of the trail (after the 2018 flood), and some honest advice on what it’s actually like to walk.
So you’ve decided to visit the USA and realise how enormous it is (seriously, it’s massive). You’ve made the wise decision to dedicate a good amount of time to the endeavour (a month – you can choose a state, or a couple of cities; 3 months – you could cover off a region; 6 months […]