Diplomatic Enclave, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi 110023, India
Tyler is a founding member of itmustbeNOW.com. One of his favorite quote comes from an old Greek proverb, “A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they will never sit in.” He considers himself privileged to be able to travel extensively at a young age and believe his generation should travel consciously and connect with global cultures to realise that we are all the same, and should only support companies that seriously help people and planet to make sure we have a better tomorrow.
I took a trip to Dilli Haat, a market created to showcase crafts from all across India. The people of the market were super friendly and in great humor.
Every plant in the garden is carefully cared for and numbered so that the gardeners can keep track of the plants and were happy to share everything they knew about them.
The view from the hotel pool is pretty amazing. The hotel has no buildings of equal or greater height around it since it’s surrounded by parks.
My dinner at the Indian restaurant Jamavar was amazing, the Goat cheese especially.
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