Ta Ta For Now!

Image A season comes to an end as another begins.  Our spring season in India has turned into 108-109 degrees of summer. The computer challenges of the beginning of our visit have returned with our internet being disconnected. We can thank the terrorists for this new governmental policy of checks on foreigners by re- registering  after 90 days.We understand and are quite supportive , but it is still annoying.  We could reapply, but the return  for a couple of weeks would be much less than the hassle of the Indian bureaucratic madness.  We leave on May 6th.  I have used this  s-l-o-w internet at Cept for the last two postings and it is very tedious. All  the internet problems has been a mystery in this land where the  “I T gene” seems to be in the water. Strange ? I have many more Indian tales to tell about these gracious, patient people who have made such a lasting impression on me. There are  still wonderful sights and memories to share with you as well as more, not so great photos, to post.  My focus during this last week is for  final, not to be missed photos of many sights and people we pass everyday. These photos will help to cement memories for me, there is last minute shopping for my family, some sites we have put off visiting here in Ahmedabad, trips to our favorite restaurants, and maybe a departure extravagance of a facial and massage! I shall join you again from New York, with more tales of India and maybe a few from the Empire State. Right now, my brain  is crowded  with visions  of dancing grandchildren filling my head  . . .and it is time to go home. . . . . Nameste. . . . . .T I I . . . . . .TTFN !

About annetbell

I am a retired elementary teacher, well seasoned world traveler,new blogger, grandmother, and a new enthusiastic discoverer of the wonderfully complex country of India. Anne
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2 Responses to Ta Ta For Now!

  1. Page Shields says:

    What are the colorful hanging things?

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    • annetbell says:

      They are flower leis sold outside temples used as offerings. Rarely are they worn , but we were each given one to wear around our necks when we arrived in Veranasi. We were told if we were buying flowers for offerings in the temples, not to smell them. The fragrance was for the god alone. Nameste. . .

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