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... backs to the road and urinating, at first a shocking sight, became commonplace.
It was a difficult but also a wonderful trip. Much of its success was due to our travel guide, Ashim. He was very open in discussing both the positives and negatives of Indian culture, politics, and history. He acknowledged the problems facing the country as it struggles to become a modern state while at the same time exuding his deep love for his native land and his joy in sharing it with us. ...
... be a feast for our cameras and full of interesting tales to share here on our travel blog. We will try to update the blog on a daily basis, but that intent may be modulated by the availability of Wi-Fi signals and by our energy levels after dealing with our daily schedule. We invite you to tune into our blog for the next few weeks. However this goes, we will share our adventure with you.
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... became stronger as we explored the hills of Cappadocia, honeycombed with carved-cave homes and over 600 churches, many that date back to the 3rd century AD and that served as safe havens for the early Christians of Asia-Minor. The sense of connection to man’s long history became unmistakable as we explored the huge underground city in Cappadocia and later the ruins of Ephesus.
... cultures instead of tourists focused on a checklist of must-see sights. We look forward to sharing meals with Turkish families and the opportunity to stay overnight in a village family home.
I’ve included below the lyrics of “This is My Song” (Words: Lloyd Stone; Music: "Finlandia" by Jean Sibelius). ...