Tag Archive: travel

Pushkar Camel Trek

Through our guesthouse we organised a camel trek through the Pushkar desert. We were picked up in the afternoon on the main road with the camels waiting patiently for us. Seated on the… Continue reading

Pushkar: the holy city

Now if you are visiting Rajasthan you HAVE to visit Pushkar With more than 500 temples in and around Pushkar the city is known for its famous lake. They say  the lake formed from… Continue reading

indian street food

I’ve loved street food ever since I first visited Thailand back in 2012, so I knew I wouldn’t be able to bypass the amazing smelling stalls in India. There is so much variety… Continue reading

A night at Jaipur’s Chokhi Dhani

If you have time and a spare 800 rupees for an evening then you should make a trip to Chokhi Dhani, a 5 star resort in Jaipur, for an evening full of fun… Continue reading

Travel Photography Inspiration

I love looking at photography taken in India. It brings back so many memories and gives me ideas for my next trip. I recently bought Steve McCurry’s book ‘Untold: The Stories Behind the… Continue reading

Jaipur: the pink city

This was our first destination in Rajasthan and one of the most famous places to visit in India.  About Jaipur The Rajasthani state capital and the last point of the Golden Triangle, Jaipur is… Continue reading

Jodhpur: where to eat

So much for losing weight in India, the food here is exceptional and some of our favourite places to eat were in Jodhpur, from a masala omelette to all you can eat thali.… Continue reading

We crashed a wedding

On Lydia’s last night in India we had an eventful journey home from the restaurant On the Rocks in the beautiful blue city Jodhpur. Staff hailed us a tuktuk and we drove alone… Continue reading

What happened on Gandhi’s Birthday

It was Lydia’s last day in India with us so we wanted to celebrate our fabulous Indian adventure with a bang. It was our second day in Jodhpur and Lydia placed an order… Continue reading

Jodhpur: the blue city

I am so excited to write about Jodhpur! It was one of my favourite places in India. The city is very photogenic with many of it’s townhouses painted Jodhpur blue. People here were… Continue reading