This past week Britt and I took a break from the chaos of Delhi, and headed South to the state of Madhya Pradesh in central India for a tiger safari. We had the option to either take a two hour flight to Jabalpur, or to take a 17-hour train ride on the Gondwana Express. The … More Gondwana Express pt. 1, Delhi – Jabalpur
It’s funny how you don’t crave something until you can’t have it. As they say, “you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone.” This is true for many things here in India. We miss being able to drive ourselves anywhere we want, whenever we want. We miss being able to walk down a street … More Where’s the Beef?
There’s nothing like taking a nice stroll through a garden, admiring the the exotic plants, watching the children play games and getting ambushed. That’s right, ambushed! But we’ll get to that in a minute. First lets take a look at, what really is a beautiful park, Lodhi Garden. Sprinkled with 15th and 16th century ruins, … More Ambush in the Park
It’s funny, being in a place where the religion is just as foreign as the food and the language. Both Britt and I have a Christian background, so that’s the religion that we’re most knowledgeable about. Everywhere we traveled, from Africa to Russia to Finland there has been a sizable Christian community. That is not … More Lotus Temple
About two weeks ago, Britt came down with what we thought was the flu, or a bad case of Delhi-Belly. She was violently ill (vomiting, diarrhea & fever). It was pretty bad. We decided that we would try and wait the sickness out, but when she couldn’t shake it after 5 days we took her … More From Bad to Worse to S*!#