Tag Archives: India

Barb Taub ~ How NOT to quarantine. #humor #Lockdown #coronavirus

Reblogged from Barb Taub: Hello fellow Lockdowners: Today I broke the Hub, starting with his eyebrows. He wasn’t able to get his hair cut before the lockdown. This isn’t really a big issue because…how to put this delicately? Having too … Continue reading

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I’m a few mangos short of a chutney ~ Barb Taub #travel #India #humor

Reblogged from Barb Taub: I’m Losing My Mangos. Microwave Mango Chutney: There are a few recipes out there that qualify as miracles, and this must be near the top of the list. If you can find your mangos, you can … Continue reading

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Barb Taub ~ Guide to Guides PLUS #BookReview of Marriage Unarranged by @RituBhathal

Reblogged from Barb Taub: Want to read more of our adventures in India? [click on image for preview, reviews, and buy links from Amazon] Three different sets of friends asked me recently about visiting India. A neighbor asked for recommendations … Continue reading

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How old is ancient? How new is the future? ~ Barb Taub #travel #humor #India

Reblogged from Barb Taub: I agree with the kid. As an American, our country isn’t 250 years old yet. Sure there are some Viking graves, cave paintings, and native peoples whose traditions extend for centuries earlier. But for the most … Continue reading

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Neel Writes for Kerala…

Last year my son was welcomed into homes in India… the trip of a lifetime that changed his entire outlook on life. He was particularly touched by the kindness and the generous hearts of the people of Kerala, some of … Continue reading

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Guest author: Harsha Sheelam – The girl with golden highlights

I’m sure you’d agree that this story has a happy ending. She was only six and her parents, living in a small town of rural India physically abused her, kept her devoid of education and made her do household chores. … Continue reading

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Dial D for Diamonds – Neel Anil Panicker #writephoto

JaAyesh Amitesh Bhai Shah looked forward to his early mornings. They were the same everywhere, be it Ahmedabad, his birthplace; Surat, his work place; or Arthur Road Jail, Mumbai, his current temporary address. At this still born hour, when the … Continue reading

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Saving for a rainy day…

The fish need feeding… their food cannisters need refilling too. The bird feeder needs completely restocking…and it is freezing outside. Not only is it cold enough to make a snowman shiver, it is raining… the kind of rain that falls … Continue reading

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5000 year old discovery! #travel #India #humor – Barb Taub

Reblogged from Barb Taub: We witness a 5000 year old discovery! But first…we have to get out of bed. How we travel… [click image for previews, reviews, and buy links on Amazon] “Five and a half hours,” promised the SatNav. … Continue reading

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When everything goes wrong…

“Just let me know when you’ve arrived…” Those words are spoken, in the most casual manner possible, by every parent when one of their offspring goes off on an adventure. The apparent nonchalance masks all sorts of worry, panic, imagined … Continue reading

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