Glenburn Iced Tea

Perching atop a tea leaf mountain, the Glenburn Tea Estate leans against the Darjeeling in your imagination. A beautiful old colonial tea planters bungalow plays host to men in linen …

the legends of Lucknow

On our first walk down Lucknow’s main road, Mahatma Gandhi Road, one man stopped dead in the street to stare at us and another girl burst into giggles at seeing …

sweet nothings in Agra

Agra, so called because a visit to the city leaves you feeling acutely aggravated.

After setting foot from the train to get to the Taj Mahal, it’s possible we were …

Amritsar loves to eat

Amritsar loves to eat. It’s famed for it’s street stalls known as ‘dhabas’ which fill most square inches of the city. (The other square inches are filled with turban-ed Sikh …

eating in Delhi

This is by no means an extensive list of where to go when in Delhi, more a few places we stumbled into while we were there and very much enjoyed:…

Tannie’s guava jam

We’re staying with Tannie Baig, in her home hidden away amid the tree tops of Hauz Khas, a sort of Notting Hill of Delhi. It’s a perfect hideaway from Dickensian …

mutton dressed as goat

Hindus don’t eat cows, Muslims don’t eat pigs, and neither really touch sheep, in India. But what they both agree on is that goat meat is delicious. ‘Sheep are smelly …