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The Emotions of It All

I try to start these posts with a vision of what I’d like to communicate but just never know where it may end up.  I have a feeling I may ramble a bit more than I intend (sorry in advance), … Continue reading

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The Locals

Today is bittersweet, it’s my last day in Mumbai.  I’m anxious to see Sangio and enjoy the comforts of home but I’ll miss Dan immensely and the life & routine we’ve started in our new home city.   I can’t even … Continue reading

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A Delhi Whirlwind, part 2

  Because our time was quick in Delhi, we rushed through a few historic sites in true American tourist style.  We didn’t get as many pictures as we would have liked but here is a sampling of our day and … Continue reading

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A Delhi Whirlwind, part 1

Delhi was a whirlwind weekend. I’m not sure where to begin or where this will end but here we go… Delhi, like Mumbai is a city that overtakes your senses, 20 million people strong.  As we drove from the airport … Continue reading

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The Taj Mahal

Amazing. Wow. Incredible. Forever. Love. Really. Power. Perfect. Symmetry. Myths. Stories. Craftsman. Marble. Stones. Beautiful. Crowded. Hot. Engineering. Artist. Eccentric. Awe.  Just a few of the words that went through my mind as we walked through the Taj Mahal. I … Continue reading

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Home Sweet Home in India

Today is just like any day, working from home, a bit bored at seeing the same pale yellow walls and decide to go work from my local coffee shop.   Ahh, an iced cappuccino taste so good. For those curious, here’s … Continue reading

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The Thieves Market

Today Dan and I walked through Chor Bazaar, aka the Thieves Bazaar.  This market is known for antiques, clocks/cameras, furniture, auto parts/tools and “refurbished” electronics. It’s a predominantly Muslim market/neighborhood — we received more stares than usual, with more intensity. … Continue reading

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