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... on that very spot, I was unable to clear the vulgar masses away for a pristine shot of the Taj in the background. Then, donning protective slippers, we climbed up to the pedestal for a close view of the Tomb. From a distance, it looks to be all white, but the white marble surfaces are covered with floral patterns using the Pietra Dura technique, the doors are surrounded with inlaid Arabic calligraphy with writings from the Koran, and much of the work around the ...
... starvation, some of them, on the very steps of those gates. I am hoping that we will grow into a more "balanced" society in this century, and maybe, I will find a way to participate in this change, beyond what I have already done. The grounds are beautifully kept clean, the fountains are empty, as they were at Red Fort, and being a Saturday, there were a lot of Indian tourists, and a few foreigners. There are also a few other structures, among which a Museum, with ...
... the begging mother, what a disaster for the baby's they use/rent for that. Check out a very clear docu on you-tube called : Why the beggars baby always sleeps
I was shocked and even more shocked when I found out the baby really doesn't cry or move. Super frustrating!
I've also never seen so many and so extremely disabled persons (particular in India). Lepra and polio looking like hands, feet, legs etc. People walking on stumps, legs with feet 180 degrees turned ...
... my unfinished love story and I would reconnect and agree to be together. That he would know what needed to change and we could be happier and more in love than we ever were. He told me he did change. He was making great strides in his life and that he realized he shouldn't have let me go. I told him that I wasn't going to tell anyone that we were communicating. Not until we both knew for sure that this is what we are both working towards. This would be our final shot to ...
... a few beers that they went out and got for us (like many places in India, alcohol is not really the done thing), and watched an awesome sunset. We couldn't understand why it wasn't busy and why we had the prime spot at the front with an uninterrupted view. Near sunset the city's kite fliers came into their own and we could see scores of kids on roofs ...