Traveling in India can be an unexpected and wild ride.
Drink the tea, but don’t miss out on the narrow-gauge railroad or the sidewalk vendors. And always seal the windows at night.
In this coastal Indian town, step back to charming, 18th-century France. Charming except for those door-less toilets.
When the sweating slows and the fever burns off, hopefully you’ll realize that smiling makes breathing easier.
Hear the songs of the lost children who have found a home in this Indian community.
When traveling by rail in India, it helps to know the rules.
Like the original, this replica of India’s most famous structure is a monument of love.
Driving in India is certainly not for the fainthearted.