Fortune Select Global
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Un any pel món en família...sense presses
Fa onze mesos que vam emprendre un viatge d'un any per conèixer altres cultures, fer treball humanitari a Perú, Borneo i Nepal, i sobretot per gaudir de la vida en família...sense presses ni rutina.
Sóc en un tren a l’Índia que ens porta de Jaipur a Delhi. Com que el viatge dura més de cinc hores, tinc temps per desconnectar i passar-me mentalment la ...
... lay ahead for us. India is a country that has fascinated me for many years and we would not have been able to experience India like we did if not for Carol and Gren who ultimately selected us to care for their lovely Lilly who quickly had us under her paw within minutes. Those eyes, that beard, we were both smitten. While Barry never had the same fascination as I with India, but being a "game" partner and subscribing to the belief "happy wife, happy life", he happened across across ...
... felt like the 100th sun salutation routine I was feeling rather light headed and had to focus on the Ganges river rather than my rapid breathing whilst balancing on one leg. Yoga is not easy. The relaxation at the end was, as always, the best part. All was calm except for the stupid stray dogs barking aggressively outside but that's a sound I've become use to seeing at they never seem to stop. We were all soon drifting off into a light sleep listening to the soothing voice ...
... Have you ever wondered what fresh breeze can do to your mind and body? Well, it can rejuvenate your body and lighten your soul. And that’s what happened with me! The picturesque paths and the fresh breeze prompted me to open the windows and refresh myself. Tranquility was around me with only the sound of birds cheering us while the driver drove by.
Even though the expressway was swift and I reached ...
... of Old Delhi. But alas, grey fog was all I had captured in my camera! I chanced a view into the living quarter room of the mosque caretakers and asked for permission to shoot some photos. Leaving the room , a young caretaker started behaving badly and insisted for a tip. I ignored him and walked away. To my surprise, he started shouting "Oi! Oi!" at my face but alternated with soft begging of "Please. Please. Tip. Tip. As you like.." while he grabbed my ...