A bike ride in Kochi, the capital of Kerala, a town with buildings of Dutch, British and Portuguese architecture.
The contrasts in Bombay: from the green and lush parks, the rich governmental buildings, to the rubbish-covered slums.
A day in Ahmedabad, a compulsory stop between Udaipur and Mumbai, to visit Gandhi’s ashram and learn a bit more about his life and beliefs.
Visiting Pushkar and its sacred lake in Rajasthan, and thoughts about traveling and a life different from the classical stereotypes.
My backpacking trip around India continues with stops in Jodhpur, the blue city, and Pushkar by the sacred lake, among weddings and religious celebrations.
A day in Jaisalmer, a pretty town at the border with Thar Desert in Rajasthan, with a fort, many tourists, and angry stray dogs.
Two days tour in the Thar desert, riding camels and drinking chai, not enjoying the camels much, but the view and the people a lot.
Enjoying traveling in Bikaner, a small but very busy and chaotic town at the border with Thar desert in Rajasthan, India.
It looks like the most interesting stories about this backpacking trip in India come from talks I have with locals, and Jaipur is no different.
Talking to Indians during my trip is getting more and more boring but sometimes I meet someone I like to talk to. First day in Jaipur, Rajasthan.