India Edition: Randomness

And to cap off the India series, here are just some of the random sights we came across. Who needs a zoo when you’ve got the streets of India filled with animals. In addition, although it was an enjoyable trip, the amount of extreme poverty was hard to see. There are no rules on the roads, and for the first few days, Hubs and I thought we would witness an accident or be in one. As one of guides puts it, it’s “functional chaos”. It doesn’t make sense to those of us from industrialized countries, but I hate to say this- it works somehow.

looking out at the Arabian Sea

Cows have the right of way on the roads here

There were tons of monkeys in Jaipur



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