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India Day 16 - Agra


The train was late arriving, so we didn’t get in until about 9.30ish. That wasn’t too much of a problem except that we only essentially 24 hours in Agra, so it was going to be tight to fit in a few things to see. 816 more words


16th January, 2016 - Agra.

Yesterday we visited the Hanuman statue that we had spotted from the Metro. We drove past this massive monkey-God at 5am on our way to Delhi train station. 588 more words


Tips to Make Your Trip to the Taj Mahal Taj Ma-easy.

December 26th was one of the busiest days the Taj Mahal has ever seen. At the end of the night, they had turned away thousands… 450 more words


“Let the splendor of diamond, pearl, and ruby vanish like the magic shimmer of the rainbow. 

Only let this one tear-drop, this Tajmahal, glisten spotlessly bright on the cheek of time, forever and ever .” …

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Incredible India

The madness of North India

The first thing you will notice when in the North of India are the cows. Cows – they are everywhere. Wherever you go, whatever you see, there will be cows. 5,382 more words


Taj Mahal

Standing majestically on the banks of River Yamuna, the Taj Mahal is synonymous to love and romance. The name “Taj Mahal” was derived from the name of Shah Jahan’s wife, Mumtaz Mahal, and means “Crown Palace”. 313 more words



MEDICINAL PLANTS grown and distributed for the Help for Nicaragua Clinic in 2016.

Due to the need for affordable medicines and scarcity of them in Nicaragua, we began learning about, growing, drying, processing and packaging medicinal plants on the property owned by the Clinic’s Director, Brigitthe Meza and on the adjoining property owned by Jim and Sarah Hornsby who are reforesting that land. 516 more words