Before going to Agra, I only knew it was where the legendary Taj Mahal was located. I assumed there wasn’t much more to see or do there, which turned out to be very incorrect. Not only was it an intriguing city with sights galore, it was historically the capital of the Mughal Empire from 1556 to … More Alluring Agra – Red Fort and the Taj Mahal
We really enjoyed Delhi, even though our visit was brief. The sprawling city offers such a variety of fascinating things to see and do, new and old. … More Delhi Delights, New and Old
The romantic and unique Backwaters of Kerala are made up of a labyrinth of canals and lakes… … More Beautiful Backwaters of Kerala
Stuck in the lap of luxury, also known as Coconut Lagoon, on my birthday, thanks to a local political strike. … More Cruising at Coconut Lagoon
Seeing elephants in the wild was always a dream I had, but it seemed just that… A dream that rarely becomes a reality. Lucky us, Periyar National Park was full of happy, wild elephants, so we kept pinching each other, just to be sure we were in fact awake. Our next stop after Munnar was … More Periyar – Elephants and Spices Galore
Endless rolling hills of tea, plus our first Ayurveda massage experience. … More Munnar – Tea, as far as the eye can see..
Kerala is a state in South India on the Malabar coast (west). It has the highest literacy rate (93.9%) and the highest life expectancy (77 years) in India. The region has been a prominent spice exporter since 3000 BCE. With the abundance of natural spices, tropical coconut, and fresh fish, you can imagine how amazing the … More Cochin – Intro into Kerala, God’s Own Country
Winning a trip to India allowed me to catapult into my next chapter… Hopefully with a fully focused third eye. … More Getting to India – Winning Transition