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... 5 pulled out their sandwiches and snacks and began to chow down. It was now our turn to be the "dogs" desiring the tandoori..
January 25th - As it gets close to 11am, we noticed many other passengers getting ready to disembark. Not wanting to miss our stop (remember, there's no announcement made when you come to each stop), we asked around to find out how close we were. Apparently, we were running an hour behind, which didn't surprise us. Hungry and wanting ...
... wasn't going to make it. Eventually after a little more time we noticed another girl walking over who was on our trip. We both waved to her and introduced ourselves. Another guy was right behind her as well. We met Jacci and Jon. The four of us bonded over many things, talking was really easy. We have so much to look forward to together. We were already talking about extending our trips! We got in line to board and Katie ran over and have me a hug. It was so nice to see her considering ...
... buildings and off of metal roofs and doors. Having never been unfortunate enough to be in a war zone, I would not know for sure, but we imagined that this would be something similar in terms of sounds, and smoke, and imposed darkness. The sheer joy associated with this holiday, however, is about as far from war and hatred as you can get. In fact, it is all about good triumphing over evil. Here's to a lot more of that in the world!
So, I am on the eve of my second trip to India (and Jeremy's first trip), and I can not believe that this day has finally arrived!
Like all adoption journeys, the time has come where we see all of our effort and hard work (and lots and LOTS of prayers) coming to fruition. Our bags are packed, our visas are updated, and my children are already anticipating our return. You can only imagine all ...
... out of there.
Today decided to do a walking tour of Delhi that I got from the Tourist office. Ha! this is Old delhi. crowded dirty streets and chaos that I expected. Was told by a local not to go to the Mahatma Gandhi park as it was closed and used by drug addicts and thieves. Most of the sites were pretty disappointing. Got to Jain Masjid one of the largest mosques in India. Dutifully took off my shoes and ...
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