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Category Archives: Sri Lanka & India
It must be our Puppy Karma to help abandoned puppies… A month ago, a stray dog was found and the armload was carried inside by Joan, the Executive Director at BAGI (Bay Area Glass Institute). I was blowing glass and … Continue reading
Well, in preparation for Hodi’s coming, I shopped around and found a pet-appropriate vaccum cleaner, in anticipation of allergies (yes, I’m allergic to dogs, but MUCH more to cats – off the charts!). WOW! Those vacuum cleaners cost a heap! … Continue reading
“Beep, beep bahdah beep!” Okay, I’ve been getting several inquiries about the disposition of Hodi, our adopted Sri Lankan puppy, who is now just over six-months-old! She is now old enough to be transported as air freight. It’s been a … Continue reading
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
“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
The pictures speak for themselves [but there are captions if you wish more info]. We could not take pictures of the interior of the Mausoleum (though several tourists disregarded this and there were flashes everywhere!). The … Continue reading