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Mondays are for dreaming: A village in India

My passport recently expired, and I had to order a new one (one thing a travel blogger can't be without is a passport). The last time I got my passport renewed it was in anticipation of a trip to India with my father and stepmother. In fact, ten …

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Mondays are for dreaming: The children of India

Thanks to all who commented. I have made a donation of $250 to The Miracle Foundation. I hope you will take the time to read this review - and more importantly, Shelley Seale's book. Today I'm dreaming about something a little different than my …

Who wants to go to the movies?

In honor of Slumdog Millionaire winning the Best Picture Academy Award on Sunday, I thought I'd share this photo of a movie poster taken in a small village near Nagpur, India. I couldn't tell you what the movie is about, but it looks pretty fun, …

Mondays are for dreaming: Jaipur, India

It's difficult to know where to start when writing about Jaipur. Like every place I went in India it is full of color, odor, movement, constant noise, everywhere crowds and beggars. Nowhere can the mind or eyes rest. But there is also so much …

Travels with my parents: India

As promised, I'm going to spend some time this month looking back at trips I took not as a parent, but as a child. In this case, it was as an adult child in the year before I got pregnant with Tommy. I tagged along as my father returned to India for …