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First Homestay in Japan (7.25.14 - 7.28.14)

Our counselor group left for Hakata Station  on the morning of July 25 to meet with the families who’d be hosting us over the next couple of days. 2,162 more words


Fushimi Inari

Today I’m going to Shinto Temple, Fushimi Inari. Beside it’s the biggest shinto temple in kyoto, its also known from its thousands of gate ( 203 more words


Inside the Mexico's shrine of Santa Muerte (Holy Death)

A little on the shrine of Santa Muerte (Holy Death). Every day hundreds of people flock to the gritty Tepito neighborhood in Mexico City’s colonial center to ask Santa Muerte—also known as La Niña Blanca (The White Girl)—for health, wealth, prosperity and happiness.

En route to the bamboo forest - Kyoto

I found it really difficult to select photos for the recent post on the Arashiyama Bamboo forest in Kyoto, and eventually I decided to leave a few photos of our walk from the train station to the forest from another post. 353 more words


Dedicant Path: Summer Solstice recap

I wrote about the Summer Solstice a while ago as part of my High Day essays requirement part of the ADF Dedicant Path. However, I did actually celebrate the solstice too but have not yet written a post about what I did which is a bit naughty of me. 204 more words


tramping around fukuoka (7.14.14)

On  July 14, some of the counselors took an overnight trip into Fukuoka during the time we had off.  After arriving in Hakata Station around 9 a.m. 1,137 more words


A forgotten monument awaits restoration

By Shakeel Ahmed

Published Jul 24, 2014 05:51am

MULTAN: The shrine of Hazrat Delair Bahu, a saint and devotee of Hazrat Sultan Bahu, needs immediate attention of the authorities concerned for its preservation as a monument. 506 more words