A Calm Amongst The Chaos: A Photo Essay Of Udaipur, India

A Calm Amongst The Chaos: A Photo Essay Of Udaipur, India

This post was last updated on February 2nd, 2018For me, India is a country that is on the surface, quite chaotic. It’s fast, loud, crowded and all around overwhelming, that is until we reached Udaipur. Sometimes called the “Venice of the East” I felt flashbacks to our time at Santorini and the Greek Islands. With colorful hillside buildings surrounding a tranquil Lake Pichola, a meal at one of the many rooftop restaurants offers a welcoming escape from the busy streets below. Here’s just a visual taste of the pristine beauty and serenity of the City Of Lakes. Udaipor, India     Udaipur Royal Palace   Lake Pichola Hotel   Streets of Udaipur   Udaipur From Lake Pichola   Jagmandir Island Palace Udaipur India   Nimbu Pani: Indian Limonade   Sunset Over Udaipur India   Bagore Ki Haveli: Traditional Indian Dance   Nighttime in Udaipur, India   Have you ever visited Udaipur, India? Will you be adding it to your India itinerary? Let us know in the comments below!...
48-Hours In Delhi, India: What You Won’t Want To Miss

48-Hours In Delhi, India: What You Won’t Want To Miss

This post was last updated on April 19th, 2017 India is one of those destinations that we think every traveler should visit at least once in their lifetime. For starters, it’s a country that makes you feel just about every emotion all in one day: stress, wonder, joy, overwhelm. It’s a place overflowing with mouthwatering cuisine, exotic smells, mesmerizing monuments, and friendly Indians who will never shy away from asking for a photo together. And it’s vast size promises plenty of unique adventures and experiences, no matter how many times you visit. If you’re ready to throw yourself straight into the middle of the madness, there is nowhere quite like India’s capital city, Delhi.     Most travelers skip over Delhi. It’s undeniably dirty, can certainly be dangerous, and, on the surface, doesn’t offer much to travelers. However, there’s more to Delhi than first meets the eye, and if you have the time, we think the city certainly warrants at least a few days in your itinerary. This time around, we had 48-hours in Delhi to experience the highlights of the city. Here’s what we recommend to get you started: 48-Hours In Delhi, India: What You Won’t Want To Miss   1. Red Fort     Named for its dramatic boundary walls of red sandstone, the Red Fort is an impressive World Heritage site located in the middle of Old Delhi. Surrounded by the bustling markets of Chandi Chowk, the Red Fort makes a perfect start to your 48-hours in Delhi. Construction of this dramatic complex began in 1638 and wasn’t completed until a decade later. The fort served...