While wandering around randomly nearby the Jama Masjid mosque I spotted an Indian man hunkered down on the curb stopping for a street shave in Old Delhi, India. Street side barbers, masseuses and even dentists are a part of life on the streets in India. Although, I’ve never personally had my haircut or received a shave on the curbside in India, I have had my travel sandals repaired by talented hands. When eating, shopping or having another service provided in India, bargaining is the name of the game. I remember once while having my shoe repaired that the young man wanted to charge me double – for each shoe. I didn’t bite. As a tourist it’s easy to cave and just pay the extra money; however, you’re doing yourself and your fellow travelers a disservice because it’ll only encourage this aggressive behavior. This is a travel photo from Old Delhi, India. If you’re interested in more street photos, pictures of mosques or other images from Delhi be sure to click on the man getting a shave.