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... are not the way to go, although that was sometimes an insurmountable task.
Some of the best experiences include visiting with the exuberant primary school children at a small village in the Ranthambore area, strolling through the many camp sites at the Nagaur Cattle Fair and talking with the people who had brought their livestock from miles around for trade, and Bob’s fifteen minutes of fame as a judge of the camel and horse dancing contests. We recall vividly the ...
... respond to this post and let us know, as we’ve not been able to put it out of our minds.
This will be another trip with Overseas Adventure Travel and with our long-time travel companions, Ross and Jane, from Connecticut. The four of us will join ten other travelers and our Indian guide, all of whom we’ve yet to meet, in Delhi after some long plane flights. Our boys, Barney and Louie, along with our home will be ...
... on cloverleaf and pine;
But other lands have sunlight too, and clover,
And skies are everywhere as blue as mine.
These words seem truer than ever upon our return. May all the world find a way to live in peace and harmony despite our superficial differences. May a day come when the need for safe havens, symbolized by the ancient caravanserai and underground cities of Cappadocia, no longer ...
... experience. Moreover, it dampens the ethnocentric tendencies that sometimes seem so prevalent in our own culture. That, in our opinion, is a good enough reason to head off to a country that is so totally different from our own.
This has been a long-delayed trip. Originally we planned to go this time last year, but Bob ...
... joined us. We are on our way to Thailand, to the boonies north of Chiang Rai, where there is an elephant compound. We will be doing scientific experiments with Dr. Joseph Plotnik to discover how elephants think, thus our Earthwatch Program is called "Thinking Like an Elephant".
I packed 3 weeks prior to the trip so ...