Added by on February 3, 2018

Here are my first impressions of India, specifically Delhi. After watching so many vlogs before hitting the road, I had this image in my head that the entire city of Delhi looked like the old town. But it doesn’t! Keep watching for India travel vlogs for the next month as I take the trip of a lifetime through this incredible country!


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Hi, name’s Aly! Originally from Birmingham, England, I have been discovering the world for over 4 years straight. I am a psychology graduate with a love for Pho and red wine. Whether I throw myself into a novel or from 14,000ft up out of a plane, I look at adventure big and small and say “Let’s do this!”

PsychoTraveller is more than just travel, its a platform to inform and inspire people of all ages to live the life they want to live. PsychoTraveller showcases through weekly videos her life on the road, the people she meets, the food she tastes as well as the highs and lows behind living as a digital nomad.

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  • Sohail Amin 1 year ago

    Since you mentioned Uber to be an aspect of modernity. Well to put in perspective Uber operates in over 30 cities in India, that covers almost most of state capitals. As for the old city, its made and kept to preserve the culture. Also the satellite towns Gurugram and Noida are also pretty modern. Mobile internet with 4G is dirt cheap even for middle class, so we dont rely on wifi.

  • nitin nishant 1 year ago

    So Pratik is the one boning this beauty. How aggravating!

  • Dikshi Jain 1 year ago

    Any plans to visit Surat, Gujarat

  • Gaurav Raje 1 year ago

    fun fact – england has a higher population density than india

  • Armaan Mansoori 1 year ago

    are you still in delhi ?

  • Reborn In India 1 year ago

    I hope you're loving India so far! I've spent there 9 months traveling solo (it was my first solo travel anywhere in the world by the way xD) so if you'd have any questions I'll be here to answer them 😉 And right now I'm going to check out the rest of your vlogs from India, looking forward to it 🙂 Cheers!

  • ARITRA DAS 1 year ago

    Finally I am really happy you started with this as a topic…true its got it's old and rickety..part..but there is good part as well..and with time it grows on you..thank you for a honest vlog

  • derek doyel 1 year ago

    World's third largest economy and you thought we won't have cars here! Anyway welcome

  • Mohsen Khan 1 year ago

    Visit Pakistani capital Islamabad you will forget about dehli cheers…:)

  • PAKI STYLE 1 year ago

    one dirty toiletless country….with media and Hindus obsessed on bitching about Pakistan..

  • 中国制造 Made in China 1 year ago

    3:29 there was a lot of molds long the table/wall, fucking dirty.

  • iam PratikJain 1 year ago

    India is great😍

  • Mansuri Mohammad Ayaz 1 year ago

    You were lucky you had a friend who guided you around, I bet if you were alone you would most likely by ripped off

    I'm Indian and I do mean what I say

  • Harsh Rocks 1 year ago

    Going there soon. Subscribe

  • prezo 1 year ago

    Street food in Delhi is magnificent