Remembering India

It has been almost a year since Aimee and I travelled to India. Today an article in the Seattle Times caught my attention as they have a travel writer visiting for two weeks.

Walking through the grounds at Humayuan’s Tomb, a precursor of the Taj Mahal, built in the 1500s, I was struck at how easy it is to escape the traffic noise and congestion, and get a feel for what medieval Delhi used to be like.

This isn’t the most descriptive paragraph but it caught my attention because it captures a lot of what I remember about India. The noise, chaos and constant action that surrounded us is still something that I marvel at when thinking back on our trip. Yet reading about the writer’s experience at the tomb reminds me how peaceful the grounds were.
I’m looking forward to reading this author’s experiences.