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Rock Carved Caves

This amazing architectural site was an addition to the itinerary  with  the second group.  We flew from Mumbai to arrive in the state of Maharashtra. These 34  rock cut  temples  are on the UNESCO list of important ancient sites to … Continue reading

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Safely Back!

  Dbell is touring the dean around  Amdavad for architecture, temples and step wells.   So I am own my own. Probably because he doesn’t want me to talk too much. Can you imagine that?   So when I decided … Continue reading

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South Indian Trip

South India Here We Come! Posted originally  on April 5, 2013by annetbell Early tomorrow morning, our group leaves for our trip to the South of India for temples, temples and more temples. We are leaving the computer here. When we went North, it … Continue reading

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North to Rajasthan from March 10, 2013

(Rajasthan is the state that has all the elements tourists think of when you mention India:forts, temples, camels, desert, nomads, and colorful crafts.  In spite of all the tourists it is a place we would like to see more of. … Continue reading

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Read And Write Like An Egyptian

Over 5000 years ago, ancient Egyptians wrote using a picture writing called hieroglyphics. The writers were called scribes. Not everyone had this training not even the Pharaoh and his family. There was a problem because Egyptians wrote down everything, and … Continue reading

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South India Here We Come!

Early tomorrow morning, our group leaves for our trip to the South of India for temples, temples and more temples. We are leaving the computer here. When we went North, it was a nuisance because we could never get on … Continue reading

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