Monthly Archives: February 2016

Snakes in the South of India

Namaste! Jesse lived to tell about this photo taken, I think, in Jaipur either at the Amber Fort or Jantar Mantar.  As brave as Jesse looks with that cobra wrapped around his neck, you need to know that we were … Continue reading

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Parker, Toy Boy, Kylo Ren

Alright, Parker or Toy Boy is my grandson. He is branching out from his love of playing sports, mathematics, and  constructing lego buildings to making  videos of  him reviewing a new toy.   The family  just returned from  winter vacation … Continue reading

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Eyewitness Guides

I had an idea this morning that some of you might be interested in the guide books we have used in our travels as this is the time of you might be either planning or dreaming about a destination vacation. … Continue reading

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“Earth” . . . . film about the partition of India

Studying this  map, it is pretty amazing to see  how much progress India and to some degree Pakistan has made in the 69 years after partition.  After 300 years, Britain finally left two independent nations of India and Pakistan in … Continue reading

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Horrific News from India

   Thanks Judy for  showing me this story. These horrible crimes against women continue to  happen.  It is important for this news to be heard as a blight on India, the world’s largest democracy.  The Indian government needs to  make … Continue reading

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Ancient Roma, video simulation

                                                   www.visioninconsciousness.org Rome, the Eternal City. The home where ancient Romans believed that no matter the … Continue reading

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Baby Taj

Before leaving Aurangabad and the Ellora Caves,   we had more architecture to visit.  Bibi Ka Maqbara  is the main monument of the city of Aurangabad and is an imitation of the Taj Mahal , as you can see in … Continue reading

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