May 15th-17th, 2017 After our safari, Tracy and I had another delicious meal at Trio and I wanted to take one last walk around Jaisalmer before our bus ride to Pushkar. Tracy wasn't feeling too great because of the heat, so she took a tuk tuk back to the hotel. I sauntered back to Treebo … Continue reading Pilgrims A’Pushin
May 10th-14th, 2017 The beauty of Rajasthan is that most night buses are full-sleeper coaches and they provide you with a full-on bed allowing you to maximize your efficiency and comfort. What they don't do, however, is leave at more convenient times, meaning that you arrive in the middle of the night rather than in … Continue reading Blue City, Gold City
May 7th-9th, 2017 After being told to get on the wrong bus for 30 minutes, we finally boarded the correct bus and made the 5-hour journey from Ahmedabad to Udaipur in neighbouring Rajasthan. We arrived well after dark and were left at the side of the road on the outskirts of Udaipur. We managed to … Continue reading Udaipur: Pollution in the Water, Romance in the Air
May 4th-6th, 2017 After saying our goodbyes to Yuto, we boarded a night bus to Ahmedabad. We arrived in the morning and despite the air-conditioned bus you could still feel the scorching heat permeating through the windows. We hurried off the bus and got in a tuk tuk towards our hotel, the business class Ashish … Continue reading Ahmedabad: No Women Allowed!
May 2nd-3rd, 2017 Kumar from Seashore, Ganesh bless his Tamil heart, had booked us our night bus to Aurangabad in central Maharashtra state and we had to leave the cricket match early and rush to the bus station only to find out the bus left over an hour later. While at the bus station, we … Continue reading Auranga-not-so-bad
Apr 27th-May 1st, 2017 Our 12-hour night bus from Mapusa to Mumbai was mostly uneventful as far as night buses go, except for the violent stomach pains that Tracy still experienced prior to boarding. Unfortunately, in the morning when we caught a taxi to bring us to Colaba, the southernmost portion of the Mumbai peninsula, … Continue reading Ballin’ in Bollywood
Apr 18th-26th, 2017 Gokarna is not far from the border separating Karnataka and Goa, and we would only have to take a short train ride in order to reach our first destination in Goa. As luck would have it, our train showed up an hour and a half late (and super packed) and delayed our whole … Continue reading You Really Have to Goa!