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Let’s put this part of the world in perspective, look back to the 7th century BC. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were built, the Maya culture was thriving, Ezekiel the Hebrew prophet was born, Egypt’s Thebes was captured and sacked, Argos defeated Sparta for the last time, Greeks had their first naval battle, the Zhou Dynasty ruled in China, and Varanasi was part of the world stage. This century, every kilometer closer… Read More

  There might be a haze from smoke in Delhi, but little pollution from vehicle exhaust. They use CNG – natural compressed gas, so no diesel odor.  And believe me, we were in traffic a lot. Temps feel pretty much like Miami and the vegetation would be familiar to South Floridians. There are a lot more green areas than I imagined, frangipani trees are blooming, and green parrots are just one of the… Read More

Overseas travel is never easy – and, unfortunately, today it’s not as lux as it once was. My good friend Sarah and I have headed off to India. I sometimes think if you combined the two of us we’d be one super-traveler.  In any case, we seem to do very well as a travel-team.  So far we’ve met some really nice, helpful airline people as we’ve navigated a 22-hr flight delay with… Read More

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