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... are on NH 85.Photography from a moving vehicle is not a useful exercise. I found I had some luck shooting behind, then just having to worry if my contortions were leading to a level shot. A large number of today's shots from the bus are already in the dustbin.
We started our first of many ascents and descents. The roadside danger markings are mauve and black. Saw the first windfarms of the trip. Lucas said wind and solar power accounts for only 1% of the energy needs ...
I woke up feeling fine. Almost disappointed that all my fears had not come to pass. This meant we could do stuff on this day and so we did. Starting with peanut butter sandwiches for breakfast. We nabbed some wheat bread from a nearby bakery and just enjoyed not having curry for breakfast.
Having worked out which was the actual bus stop we used it to get across town to the Gandhi Museum. We were greeted by a column of primary ...
From Mamalapuram we traveled to an area called the Chola heartland. We went to Pondicherry, Chidambaram, Kumbakonam, Thanjavur and Maduri. Pondicherry had some surprisingly beautiful colonial architecture, but our sightseeing consisted of temple visits. So as you can assume we have seen many many temples. They are all beautiful, but my favorite was the one in Thanjavur. Although part of my enjoying this temple so much was the wonderful company we were in. We were ...
... we said good bye to Christine.
Carl and I went to a village Pongal festival. There is a caption under the goaded goat. The fire twirler also attached a flaming bag to his hair by a very long, thin string and twirled it around. I was nervous.
There is a caption about child rearing in southern India under the surprised boy pic. We went to a fun fair and the ferris wheel does not have motor but is pushed around at high speed by several young men
... ways – the first are the many Vision Centres as described above, staffed by local women. These are hugely effective and see about 30 people every day. The second are “eye camps”. Every Sunday buses go out from the hospital for day-long camps in various local communities with a team of sisters and two ophthalmologists (eye doctors to you and me) and see somewhere between 200-300 people a day. What’s more, glasses are dispensed ...