July 5th Yesterday Nicole and I didn't do much of anything. We were both feeling a little under the weather on account of the constant traveling and heavy pollution in Delhi. We laid around our AirBnB and ate delicious curry from the vegetarian place around the corner. That evening, however, tragedy struck. The water in … Continue reading Our Last Days in India – Defense Colony and Laj Pat Nager Bazaar
Nicole and I woke up at the crack of dawn, or several hours before it, 5am to be exact and walked up the road to the Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal East Gate was a few minutes walking distance from our hotel. We were two of probably the first hundred guests into the complex. It … Continue reading India-ception – visiting Agra Fort and the Taj Mahal
Happy Fourth of July from India. Truth be told, I didn’t even realize it was the fourth of July until the day was half over. If it wasn’t for someone on Facebook, I might have forgotten about it entirely. India-ception Today marked the beginning of Nicole and my India trip with in a trip, India-ception! … Continue reading India-ception – New Delhi to Jaipur
More Shoes More Problems We woke up and hailed a rickshaw to Jama Masjid a famous mosque in Old Delhi near to where we were staying. The mosque required that we leave our shoes, which was no problem, but they also required us to pay 300INR each as a picture fee. For me that wasn’t … Continue reading Second Day in Delhi – Jama Masjid, Qutab Minar, and Lodi Gardens
Our AirBnB Residence I glossed over our accommodations last night because I was in a rush to finish my last blog post, and planned to explore it further here. When Nicole and I arrived at our taxis’ destination, we were standing on a darkened street with a torn up sidewalk and a ton of homeless … Continue reading First Day in Delhi – Humayun’s Tomb and Red Fort
Nicole and I woke up early Tuesday morning eager to begin our adventure to India. We hailed a cab from in front of our hotel. I've never been offered a price different than the meter in Korea, and aside from occasionally being confused, I've found Korean cab drivers to be very honest and helpful. This cab … Continue reading Traveling to Delhi
Last week I reached my last 60 days of my teaching contract in Korea. Nicole and I have had a blast so far this year and we’re looking forward to teaching in Korea for another upcoming year. We've looked into several programs and decided to pursue a few programs in the southern provinces of South Korea. … Continue reading Around the World in 22 Days.