High Tea

Ever since our trip to England and Ireland back in 2007, both Britt and I have become mildly addicted to tea. While visiting we had tea up near five times a day, and by the time we were headed back to the States we had a small stash of 300 tea-bags to take back with … More High Tea

Stuck between a …

I would have much rather been stuck between a rock and a hard place, than stuck between a hundred other people that we found ourselves amongst at Chandi Chowk. Best known for being one of the oldest and busiest markets in Delhi, I would take that a step farther and say that Chondi Chowk is … More Stuck between a …

Khan Cha Cha

My mouth was still on fire from the previous night’s dinner (that I swear came straight from the devil himself), so when Britt said that we were going out to eat for lunch you can understand my hesitancy. Our driver dropped us off in a sea of traffic on the opposite side of where we … More Khan Cha Cha

Rajpath

After a racing through 7 lanes of traffic on a 2 lane road equipped with cars of all sizes, trucks, motorcycles, auto-rickshaws, bicycle-rickshaws, pedestrians, wild dogs, monkeys and the occasional elephant I was beginning to feel carsick. The closest I can come to describing Delhi traffic is understood chaos. There are lines on the road, … More Rajpath