Old Delhi, India is hard to put into words; the smells, the noises, the constant chaos and the sights are on a different level to all of the other countries I have explored. These pictures sum up my experience of walking through Old Delhi, India...

I took this photo around 7:30am when the street vendors were setting up for the day ahead after grabbing a quick bite to eat and a cup of warm chai.


Team Work

Sleeping on the job

Traditional Indian sweets which look too good to eat

One of your five a day

Delicious breakfast in the backstreets of Old Delhi

Who can resist a lassi in a clay cup?





Protection from the smog

Spice up your life

Taking a break from the chaos below

People watching from the rooftop above the spice market



Wedding dress anyone?


If those pictures haven't intrigued you enough to visit Old Delhi in India, I don't know what will. Old Delhi is intense and was definitely a culture shock but I have so many memorable experiences from my time in India and I would highly recommend spending at least a few days in Delhi.  



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Hi, I'm Kate. I love everything travel and after returning from an around the world trip, 35 countries later, I am determined to continue to travel, whilst holding down a career. 

 

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