Sometimes, even the best hotels are ignored in favor of the exciting cities and other sights around them. Marilyn circles back for another look.
DrFumblefinger visits the Meena Bazar in Old Delhi. Historically a market for women of the Mughal's Royal Harem, the market today sprawls through a maze of streets.
DrFumblefinger visits the Jal Mahal, or Lake Palace, in Jaipur. A thriving market has been established in the view parking lot.
Enjoy the range of animals seen in Marilyn Jones' photos that show there's more to the park than its famed tigers.
DrFumblefinger shares a few images taken outside Delhi's Red Fort—a chance to people-watch.
DrFumblefinger shares photos of his rambling around the streets of Jojawar.
DrFumblefinger fondly remembers the warm welcome these kids provided to their village in Rajasthan.
DrFumblefinger enjoyed seeing flocks of these colorful birds during his trip to India.
DrFumblefinger visits one of India's fascinating and ancient stepwells, this one Chand Baori, in the village of Abaneri, Rajasthan.
DrFumblefinger shares some images of a camel pulling a cart. Camels are commonly seen and very useful in the desert areas of India.
Gumbo was visiting the massive Red Fort Complex in Old Delhi. Home to the Mughal emperor and his court, the Red Fort is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.
For the rich and footloose, a truly long-distance adventure.
A shuttered resort hotel in India has turned its oversize swimming pool into a temporary fish farm, hoping to replace some of its lost revenues.
DrFumblefinger shares some of the sights of a tea/snack stop while on the road in Rajasthan.
Bob Cranwell, our resident travel philosopher and raconteur, shares a tale of Kashmir.