Delhi Belly

By Jared, Walking into The Wood Castle, we were greeted with a cool gust of air that assured us that we would be enjoying air conditioning. To get to reception we had to walk down stairs that brought us below street level. The hostel owners gave us a warm welcome and told us to take … Continue reading

Taj Mahot Hot HOT!

Sunrise. T’was the night before Agra, and all through the hostel, all the creatures were stirring, such as the bugs in the bathroom and the geckos on the walls. We were all laying in our beds, covered in sweat, exhausted from a night of little to no sleep. This may have been due to the … Continue reading

Elephant Extravaganza

Our second day in India was much more seemless than our first. In fact, it was one my favorites from the trip to date. It started for me likely more positively than the others. I awoke after a full night’s rest in a wonderfully air conditioned room in a king sized bed at Hotel OM … Continue reading

From Sandals to Saris

We awoke at the Pella Inn on a mission to find the best gyros in Athens by our friend Jeremy’s standards: Thanassis. Stephanie and I forced the boys on our first (I hope of many) shopping detours to a small shop off of Monastiraki Square called “The Poet”. The Poet is a handmade leather sandal … Continue reading