We’re Safely in Jaipur!!! Some images of our trip so far.

Hi everyone, it’s Sunday evening here in Jaipur and we’ve made it safely to our hotel. Now we’re just waiting for Florencia’s arrival. Here are some images from the first leg of our journey. Read more about our journey so far below the gallery of pictures.


The team getting our tickets at LAX
Everyone on the place to Dubai
Welcome to India!
Running to try and catch the 6am train
The street where we caught our bus to Jaipur
Dane meeting some locals interested in film
Douglas and Landon look through an Indian menu at a stop during our bus ride
Douglas talking to one of the waiters
Our first Indian meal
The team doing some sightseeing
Landon waking from some much needed sleep
Dan Williams enjoying some bus travel
Some alternative forms of transportation we’ve come across in India.
Getting some directions on our way to the hotel
Our form of transportation in Jaipur
Welcome to Jaipur!


36 hours later and we’ve arrived safely at our hotel


What an amazing first couple of days we’ve already experienced on this journey. We’ve been traveling for over 36 hours, flying from Los Angeles to Dubai, Dubai to New Delhi, by bus for 220km to Jaipur, and then 45 minutes in three rickshaws to make it from the bus stop through the city to our hotel.

Immediately leaving the New Delhi Airport, we were thrown into the hustle and bustle of Indian life. We crammed into two taxis and travelled as quickly as we could to catch the 6am train that we were already running late for. After getting completely stopped by an indian traffic jam just outside the station, we left the taxis and ran through the streets hoping we could make it in time.

Unfortunately, the ticket station is more than a 15 minute drive from the platforms, and with 5 minutes to go, we realized we were going to need a new plan. We found a bus that left 30 minutes later just around the corner and ran with all our baggage to catch it just in time before it left as well.

Once were were on the bus, we relaxed and caught some much needed sleep on the 5 hour drive south to Jaipur.

After learning that the bus can’t drive into the city, the 12 of us, bags included, packed into 3, 3-wheeled rickshaws, driven by three local drivers with an impressive amount of urgency and precision.

We’ve finally made it to our hotel in the south of the city. It’s been a dramatic culture shock and an incredibly eye opening experience. We’ve been thrown completely out of our comfort zones, but we’ve stuck close together and made it through the chaos with a positive attitude.

Stay tuned for more updates.

Until All Walk,

The HOW Team