Street vendors were everywhere, even in the smallest little villages.
All I see is brown, even with pops of color in the background.
Yes, a young customer for that same vendor. Indian fast food.
Shopping for meals is as easy as stepping outside.
Washing in public.
I couldn’t resist taking some video, since I knew that we weren’t even supposed to brush our teeth with the public water supply. Here’s what I saw: dirty mop, bucket, guy washing his teeth.
What I didn’t see, until I walked around the scene, was that he was washing his teeth from a faucet that was out of view, not from the bucket. My assumption is that his body was accustomed to the water. We saw people washing in public all over India. Despite the dirt, cleanliness is valued. But oh, what a futile task!
These were some of the few dogs that looked fairly normal. The rest were in such sad shape it was horrifying.
Keeping things clean is a real challenge.
Especially with these ineffectual handmade brooms.
Oh, the cows.
One would not want to detach one’s retina here, I don’t think. But actually, that Victorian clinic in Manhattan was pretty bad, too.
Glad those guest houses weren’t our accommodations.
Parrots in the wild.
Washing vegetables. Hmm.
Oh, this ain’t the half of it.
Bootleg power. It’s real. This was Delhi.
The equivalent of a 7-Eleven.
Loved his turban.