Here’s a budget travel secret: One and a half blocks in Old Delhi, India can provide more delicious photography opportunities than miles and miles of another region of the world!
When we last left off, our teacher tour of India was in day two of our adventures. We had lapped up the sights at the largest Mosque in India, and gotten some fabulous stares, sights, and photo bombs from our first steps into historic Old Delhi.
This new article, here, shall cover a mere block and a half of Old Delhi as we finished up our foot tour, and headed into the main street to commence a bicycle rickshaw escapade! Take a moment to really look at these photos, as each one contains shocking and fascinating nuggets of humanity and architecture.
Do comment: What did YOU notice in the photos? What do they make YOU wonder? There are so many mysteries and delights for an outsider’s eyes in the color-singing streets of Old Delhi, India!
The author, Lillie Marshall, is 6-foot-tall National Board Certified Teacher of English, fitness fan, and mother of two who has been a public school educator since 2003. She launched Around the World “L” Travel and Life Blog in 2009, and over 4.2 million readers have now visited this site. Lillie also runs TeachingTraveling.com and DrawingsOf.com. Subscribe to her monthly newsletter, and follow @WorldLillie on social media!