Delhi’s domestic and international airports and their restaurants

The photo collection below tells you about the domestic and international airports and their restaurants in New Delhi, India.

Delhi International Airport

Delhi International Airport restaurant scene has, for example, familiar fast food restaurants for many tastes, like Subway, Domino’s, KFC and McDonald’s, just to name a few. A layered Subway sandwich filled with Indian paneer cheese is a dream come true for every Indian cheese lover and it keeps a small hunger away. Seekh is another notable vegetarian option in the range of Indian Subway. Note to be made: There is no use to inquire about gluten-free options there.

Back in 2011 – yes you read it right, in 2011, the Indian Mc Donald’s had at least two nice vegetarian options. One was a normal vegetable burger and the other one an Aloo Tikki burger with a tasty steak made of potatoes. Incredibly delicious both. Whereas back in 2013 I wrote about Domino’s in Goa and their wonderful chicken pizza.

The Delhi’s international airport itself was newly made a few years ago, and it offers a proven comfortable setting for waiting for flights. One can also find all the typical souvenirs from India as well as cosmetics and books to read from the many shops in the airport.

Delhi Domestic airport

For many a tourist the Delhi Domestic airport can be the first place in India where one gets to eat authentic Indian food. This is especially true when one has a direct connecting flight from New Delhi to elsewhere in India.

The restaurants in the domestic airport are located on the second floor of the hall and their terrace has spacious views down where other passengers are waiting for their flights. There are also tables in the middle of the restaurant hall, and they are lined with numerous different restaurant counters. Finding a seat is not easy though, as there are so many people during the day. Very many passengers. Much more than in Delhi International Airport, according to my experience.

I tried the traditional South Indian idli vada and dosa at the domestic airport, and there was nothing to complain. The taste was authentic.

There’s also always been tasty Indian food at the Finnair’s flight from Delhi to Helsinki – see an example of it in the photo collection.

See also the travel menu log from a holiday in India.

Read more about Indian restaurants around the world.

Kuusamo autumn and Ruka fell

Recently, there has been bad news about the restrictions on tourism, especially in connection with tourism in Lapland, because of covid19. So I decided to give my boost to the tourism by telling about the amazing landscapes of Northern Finland and Lapland. The pictures attached are from the time of about one decade back, one autumn in Kuusamo and the Ruka fell.

In the pictures in this online gallery you can see for example variegated trees, top of the Ruka fell and views from there, open landscapes, rowanberries, Kuusamo dairy, lakes and reindeers, Ruka Suites and Lapland-shop, ski slope, sunbeams, Kuusamo airport and Finnair plane.

If you are interested in color prints, please contact the Indivue maintenance.

Read more about Finland in INDIVUE – Trip to Europe, which you will find in the link attached.

Read this post originally in Finnish here

See also authentic and old-fashioned video footage from Ruka fell in Kuusamo.

15th blogging birthday

Today is the day when I, 15 years ago, revealed to my readers that I was leaving for India. I had started blogging before that, but my actual travel blog started that day, November 6, 2005.

Because of this 15th blogging birthday I made the next video, which consists of some of my good posts in Finnish and English from the last 15 years. By watching this video you can also get a glimpse of how blogging has changed over the years, what the evolution of blogging has been like.

Take a look –

It is actually a very respectable amount of years to blog for 15 years, given the devices, speeds and adversities with which blogging and image processing have had to be done over the years, especially in the beginning, and especially in India, with a tourist visa. It’s easy to believe there aren’t many who would have bothered for this long. Sure, blogging and digital working is today a lot easier and less nerve-racking, but this “coding” on terms of other people’s software could, over the years, have almost been compared to the poor working conditions of cheap labour in Far East, based on what I’ve learned from the media. Coding and SEO, which are essential to blogging, are even nowadays more challenging and almost as monotonous as sewing with a sewing machine all day long.

That’s why I raise my hat for all those who still work with the computer after so many years, especially to delight and help others, without proofreaders and cost support. Lately the corona virus has opened our eyes to see how important digital work can be.

You can also take a glimpse of each individual blogging year of Indivue with great music on the background on my Facebook page, and easily get on board if you haven’t already – It’s never too late to start following. And did you know, that even a blogger benefits from the number of likes on their social media channels, at least in the eyes of advertisers.

Read most of the blogging and also this post originally in Finnish here .