Surprises of India: Part 1 of 3

Dear Reader:

Bob and I traveled to India in November of 2019. I’ve been working on this post ever since. 

The world has changed drastically since that visit and I hope you read the posts in the context of the “World before the Coronavirus.”

I wish you all good health and, for India, I pray for safe passage through the difficult months ahead. 


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  1. This is another fabulous piece, Marge! Definitely a bright spot in all the Coronavirus news. And, I’ve always wanted to visit India, too. There is so much about India that I find fascinating, including Indian cuisine. As a vegan, I know I can always find many delicious foods at an Indian restaurant…when they are open. 🙂 I look forward to the next two articles in this series.

    1. Thank you, Anna. The food is the best! India may be the most unique place on earth. As always, thank you for following!!

  2. Thank you for a much needed chuckle in these trying times – can’t wait for the next one! I did a paper for my sociology class on the environmental effect of all the cow dung, Sounds like you saw it first hand! Hope all is well with you and your family.

    1. Thank you, Kara, and, oh yes, saw (and side-stepped) much dung from maybe more than just cows. Best to you and your mom and dad.

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