Traffic can be a nightmare – especially in big cities. A visual arts student filmed a 3-way intersection in NYC to show why 74 per cent of accidents happen in intersections: pedestrians jaywalking, cyclists running red lights, and motorists plowing through crosswalks.
But there are other places in this world where traffic is even less organized and looks more dangerous but still works – for example in India. Every one who owns a vehicle, whether a two wheeler, 3 wheeler or four wheeler has just learnt to manover the vehicle on the road, not in respect to the rules but in respect to the movement of other vehicles around.
Some European countries have adopted this form of traffic regulation, to minimise fatal accidents within city limits. It’s called “Shared Space”.
The Royal Rajasthan on Wheels is designed in a royal style to experience a slice of royalty and enjoy a royal feast onboard. The train takes the customer through a sven day exploration starting at New Delhi to various impressing highlights of India. A dedicatd team of stuff is included to ensure complete customer satisfaction!
Now Canada followed that concept and launched the project “Rocky Mountaineer”, which offers a royal feeling, too, during travelling through a wonderful nature.
That way of travelling seems to be the complete opposite of backpacking through a country’s landscape. What type of travelling do you prefer? Would you like to walk, go by bus and sleep in a tent or hostel or would you book the luxury train???