I catch the train from Delhi to Agra to check out the world-famous Taj Mahal. Hoping to beat the crowds, I wake up early in the morning and watch the sunrise over this beautiful monument built as an everlasting memorial to love and God.
Congratulations to Passports and Pamplemousse – the winner of Travel Photo Roulette #62. We received some truly breathtaking entries, but this one from Mt. Riga, Switzerland was something special.
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Each year, the Salaam Baalak Trust rescues thousands of children from Delhi’s streets. They also operate a tour of the Paharganj neighborhood, conducted by former street kids.
Built for the second Mughal Emperor, Humayun’s Tomb in South Delhi was the very first Persian-style garden tomb in India – a precursor to Agra’s Taj Mahal.
Indira Gandhi – India’s first female prime minister – was one of the most influential and controversial leaders of the country. In South Delhi, I visited her former residence and the site of her assassination in 1984.
During my first day in India, I hopped on the Delhi HOHO bus for a tour around India’s capital. It turned out to be a lucky decision and the perfect introduction to my Indian adventure!
On the outskirts of Puebla, Mexico, visitors can descend deep down a metal staircase into the crater of the smallest volcano in the world.
Check out the most recent You Are Not So Smart podcast to learn how to spend your money to maximize happiness. One of the main points: spend your money on experiences (like travel), not material things.
While walking down the beach, we spotted a big and beautiful bluespotted stingray. Along with some fellow beachgoers, we tried rescuing the washed up ray.