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Instant fame? ~ Barb Taub #humor #travel #India

Reblogged from Barb Taub… because we need all the smiles we can get 🙂 Pandemic calendaring… Where does your calendar say you’ll be this week? Where are you really? Like the rest of the world, for the past year I’ve … Continue reading

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Barb Taub: Jaipur Part 3: Goodbyes—13000 suicides, a radical princess, and a towel bunny #travel #India #humor

Reblogged from Barb Taub: The hotel’s website said Chittorgarh Fort was only an hour away. As the crow flies. But no crows were on duty in Rajasthan that day, and Google denied there were any roads at all between ancient … Continue reading

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Jaipur Part 2: Do not touch arms #travel #India #humor ~ Barb Taub

Reblogged from Barb Taub: NOTE: this is STILL the same day described in Part 1 here. (image credit: all photos unless otherwise noted are ©Janine Smith & Jayalakshmy Ayyer) We’d seen Jaigarh Fort looming above us as we explored Amber … 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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