There is really only one reason to go to Agra – the Taj Mahal. We ticked that box within a few hours of our arrival. After navigating to our hostel, which was close enough to be inside the green zone … Continue reading →
About Fritz and Maria
Fritz and Maria have been living, drinking and brewing together for over 20 years. As beer commentators and educators they strive to create a beerocracy where people exercise their palates by voting for quality in the marketplace. Their interests include the personalities, business, and culture of craft beer worldwide. As distillers for Rough Hands, they loved being at the place where magic meets science. Fritz and Maria can be found speaking at beery events, holding guided tastings, judging competitions.
Travelling at Kevin speed now, we would have a lot of sights to cover in two days. Our taxi driver from the airport was ready to solve this problem. He could take us to all the big sights for one … Continue reading →
We had decided to meet Kevin in Jaisalmer instead of Jaipur on a whim, as we had a few extra days and noticed that the Desert Festival would be on. It sounded better than struggling for breath in Delhi… Camel … Continue reading →
Our train from Pushkar to Jodhpur was uneventful if a little odd, in that we seemed to be in a nearly empty carriage, and yet an older Indian couple was in the same compartment with us. They didn’t seem to … Continue reading →
Pushkar was another random addition to the itinerery, a sensible stop between Udaipur and Jodhpur (though it is actually very close to Jaipur). This tiny town on a tiny lake swells 8x during the camel fair. Otherwise it is full … Continue reading →