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From a hectic bazaar in Delhi's old town to a carved wooden temple in Kathmandu's Durbar Square, Jason Smart discovers a wealth of colour amid the chaotic crowds of the Indian Subcontinent. After some tea and biscuits with a Bangladeshi ambassador, he somehow manages to catch Delhi Belly before even setting foot in India. When he does eventually arrive, Jason is buzzed by From a hectic bazaar in Delhi's old town to a carved wooden temple in Kathmandu's Durbar Square, Jason Smart discovers a wealth of colour amid the chaotic crowds of the Indian Subcontinent. After some tea and biscuits with a Bangladeshi ambassador, he somehow manages to catch Delhi Belly before even setting foot in India. When he does eventually arrive, Jason is buzzed by fearsome insects, hassled by persistent touts and acquires a worrying 'fish eye' growth on his leg. Nonetheless, Jason never loses sight of the fact that his latest adventure is an eye-opener at every turn. From the majesty of the Taj Mahal to the lifeblood of a river running through central Dhaka, Crowds, Colour, Chaos is a travelogue covering four countries, each with their own unique identities. Jason Smart is the author of six other travel books. For more information, visit www.theredquest.com. Books by Jason Smart: The Red Quest Flashpacking through Africa The Balkan Odyssey Temples, Tuk-tuks and Fried Fish Lips Panama City to Rio de Janeiro Bite Size Travel in North America Crowds, Colour, Chaos


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From a hectic bazaar in Delhi's old town to a carved wooden temple in Kathmandu's Durbar Square, Jason Smart discovers a wealth of colour amid the chaotic crowds of the Indian Subcontinent. After some tea and biscuits with a Bangladeshi ambassador, he somehow manages to catch Delhi Belly before even setting foot in India. When he does eventually arrive, Jason is buzzed by From a hectic bazaar in Delhi's old town to a carved wooden temple in Kathmandu's Durbar Square, Jason Smart discovers a wealth of colour amid the chaotic crowds of the Indian Subcontinent. After some tea and biscuits with a Bangladeshi ambassador, he somehow manages to catch Delhi Belly before even setting foot in India. When he does eventually arrive, Jason is buzzed by fearsome insects, hassled by persistent touts and acquires a worrying 'fish eye' growth on his leg. Nonetheless, Jason never loses sight of the fact that his latest adventure is an eye-opener at every turn. From the majesty of the Taj Mahal to the lifeblood of a river running through central Dhaka, Crowds, Colour, Chaos is a travelogue covering four countries, each with their own unique identities. Jason Smart is the author of six other travel books. For more information, visit www.theredquest.com. Books by Jason Smart: The Red Quest Flashpacking through Africa The Balkan Odyssey Temples, Tuk-tuks and Fried Fish Lips Panama City to Rio de Janeiro Bite Size Travel in North America Crowds, Colour, Chaos

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