INDIA


Ask either of us about our favourite country, place or experience and India will be on the list. It’s a destination that we both know well, having notched up over fifty visits between us.

Despite this, India is the country we’ve written about in less detail in proportion to the amount of time we’ve spent there. We liken India to a drug addiction (not that either of us has experience of that!) – when we’re there, it can drive us crazy but as soon as we leave, we have a craving to go back for more! We are long overdue a fix!

India is one of the most diverse countries on the planet and we’ve seen a lot of it – from Kashmir in the Himalayan mountains to Kanyakumari, India’s most southerly point.

A Journey Through India

A Journey Through India

A Journey Through India – a summary of our trip to India, where we travelled through Northern India, with links to diary entries and photographs.

Kumbh Mela: India’s Greatest Festival

Kumbh Mela: India’s Greatest Festival

Kumbh Mela is a mass pilgrimage for Hindus and happens every four years at one of India’s four sacred places – Allahabad, Haridwar, Ujjain and Nasik.

Street Art in Varanasi: Along on the Ganges

Street Art in Varanasi: Along on the Ganges

Exploring the “street” art along Varanasi’s vibrant ghats … Graffiti or art? Many places are renowned for their colourful and imaginative murals but how about Varanasi?

Hyderabad: Bangles and Biriyani

Hyderabad: Bangles and Biriyani

Hyderabad doesn’t get many tourists but I don’t know why as it’s a really interesting place with contrasting old and new parts, including Charminar.

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