In India, shrines are everywhere.
More traveling about impressions:
Cows lounging in the streets, shacks with tin roofs, bus horns blaring to announce their departure. That’s India.
But the painted towns of Shekhawati display a wealthy past that’s difficult to reconcile with their present day state.
Touring the dusty, backwater towns felt as if were were visiting an abandoned art gallery.
Another Shekhawati impression:
The last thing we expected to see while traveling the polluted, over-crowded Delhi-Jaipur highway is Amber Fort.
It’s a beacon of elegance that rises above the Aravalli hills.
Once inside, we felt miles away from the chaos of India.