TravelBloggers.on.WordPress featured today a photo I took recently at Vikos Gorge in northern Greece.
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I took this photo during our last year’s trip to India. Before heading south to Goa, we stayed for a couple of days in Delhi, in Amarya Haveli, a quiet, little guesthouse, very near the trendy Hauz Khas Village, one of the areas of the Indian capital, I particularly like. Hauz Khas means “Ancient Water Tank” in Urdu, and it is a peaceful oasis of quirky shops, restaurants, and cafés. I highly recommend it, especially if you visit Delhi with small kids, like we did. Old Delhi can be an intimidating place for the family’s youngsters, but in Hauz Khas Village, a parent can be relatively at ease.