Passage out of India involved travelling to a new destination Orchha, which is a small village that I had never been to before? I am glad we went there as it was a nice relaxed place to spend the last days and nights. Also there was a very fast train service that took me to Delhi for my last night and day before flying back to cold Europe.
Rickshaws and weddings
Orchha Fort, Laxmi temple and other things
Rahuls Chai Shop Orchha
An overlander Landcruiser Holland to India
Paharganj New Delhi
Passage out of India
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Just spent 36 hours with my father, he gave me a plastic bag full of photos of Nadette and my first trip to Asia in 1990. Asia was a very different place back then and travel was long and some times arduous. No phones, no Internet, no digital devices, it was great. If you wanted to ring back to Europe you’d have to book the call the day before and it would cost about 5 quid for a few minutes. No whatsap skype etc. The only way to get mail was to give people a rough idea where you might be on a month by month basis and go to the post office in the town in question and check out the “Poste restante”. Of course cameras all used film and we carried our 25 rolls of film with us until the end and got them developed once we got home. So photography was a careful business of composing the shot as you only got one go at it.
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Asia 1990 a Six month mainly overland trip to OZ
We have been back many times to Asia over the years, the biggest change is India, our favourite country and much easier to travel in these days, “Incredible India”
Passage to South India by Nadette a two month trip re-replenishing mind and body in beautiful South India. From Kerala to Mysore to Hampi and then Gokarna. As well as many other places. Planes, Trains, Buses and Auto rickshaws. Monkeys to Elephants and lots of people too. A sixteen minute movie of Indian scenes. Well worth the watch.
Filmed entirely on a Motorola Smartphone, the Moto E
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Passage to South India
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