I didn’t know that Mumbai/Bombay is the second largest city in the world. If I had I wouldn’t have been so surprised that it took over three hours to get from the outskirts into its center and a further hour to get to my accommodation. Mumbai is insanely big. I stayed with the Salvation Army.… Read More Mumbai
I can’t lie. It’s going to be a tough one not being there for Christmas and New Year. But I suppose I’m just going to have to struggle on through it. Have a good’un!
The lonely planet describes the journey from Bundi to Udaipur as for sadists and masochists only. I thought they were being melodramatic but as it turns out they were right. Over the course of ten hours, I was smashed into a thousand pieces. On arrival I was slowly re-built and admired the huge lake that… Read More Udaipur
Eat your heart out and move aside Jodhpur. Bundi really is quite blue! I arrived at 3am and sat in the bus station surrounded by homeless people sleeping. Occasionally one would wake up, squint their eyes, decide the site of a white guy sat reading a book at that hour was too unusual and fall… Read More Bundi
Jodhpur was nice. Not my favourite Indian city so far but it came close. It lacked the excitement and variety of Varanasi but provided an enjoyable almost relaxing stop. A strange occurrence in an Indian city. I think that its niceness came from its ability to be as inoffensive and unintrusive as it could possibly… Read More Jodhpur
“So your going hours out of your way, to a grubby city which even the guidebooks struggle to find many positives about, which has a fort, but you’ve seen enough of those to last a life time and all to go another hour outside to visit a temple and you’ve declared how fed up you… Read More Bikaner