Accidental Expat.

Growing up I would envy friends whose father’s had transferable jobs moving to different cities, within country and abroad. Ours was a business family and this necessitated staying in one place and one residence, a family property, in sleepy, culturally and politically rich town of Allahabad on the banks of River Ganga, the holy river … Continue reading Accidental Expat.

Train Spotting… New Delhi to Pune….

Traveling on an Indian train is a series of mechanical exhalations, specifically for an Indian, whether in general second or cattle class or in First A/C. The surrounding levels of odors set the tone of the journey and with olfactory senses already in a limbo by the time the train streams out of the platform … Continue reading Train Spotting… New Delhi to Pune….

Wheel Power……Transportation

Slow and steady, the Rickshaw continues on its journey through lanes and streets. 'Pulled rickshaws created a popular form of transportation, and a source of employment for male laborers, within Asian cities in the 19th century. Their popularity declined as cars, trains and other forms of transportation became widely available'.....en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rickshaw The word rickshaw originates from … Continue reading Wheel Power……Transportation