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Category Archives: Photos
From the last posting – about the Taj Mahal – did you notice something? Especially at the second set of pictures after the Interior tour? The banner picture (above) is from the Taj Mahal’s Guest House and / or the … Continue reading
And we have a disaster of an international proportion – Amy left her favorite blanket on the sleeping car train! Instant devastation when she opened her backpack at 9 am, and couldn’t find “blankie,” remembering that she’d left … Continue reading
[NOTE: This is one of my first write-ups that didn’t publish. I’m sorry I don’t have the original pictures for it as those are now archived on an external Hard Drive that’s not with me anymore.]*****************************Change in trip tickets!There’s nothing … Continue reading
Victor Harbor has one of the most fun places on earth! Urimmburah Wildlife Park just 10 minutes northeast of Vic Harbor’s CBD (Aussies fondly call their “downtown” Central Business Districts, CBDs). For a mere AU$6 (about the same in US$ … Continue reading
“FREE wifi” offered at the airport is just a joke. It SOUNDS good, but only if you have an Indian mobile phone number. Internet access has been dodgy at best, for “tech savvy” India. OK, maybe Mumbai isn’t the Tech … Continue reading
6 am pickup – and met Atef, our driver, who spoke little English but enough to tell us to ask in ten minutes when he picked up the guide. Adam Atito, our host, knows Atef and setup with his cousin … Continue reading