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August

2014

INDIA: Taj Mahal + Agra Fort

CULTURE, India

  Hello friends. I am in awe. There are some places in life that you want to visit and you think are obtainable and then there are those that just seem out of reach. I am not the type of person to think that anything is out of reach, but I just never thought I […]

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August

2014

INDIA: Visit DakshinaChitra

CULTURE, India

  Hello friends. How is everyone doing? We are still on our high from visiting the Taj Mahal this past weekend. I should have all of the images edited (I took over 400) and the post ready for you by Friday. It was riveting, romantic, dangerous (just a little), hot (oh so hot) and colorful. I […]

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August

2014

INDIA: Auroville

CULTURE, India

  * IPHONE photos, sorry.  Hello friends. Ok, so I have to start this post off by saying I am sorry about the quality of the pictures. I have a good reason, actually a great reason. See on our day trip to Pondicherry I accidentally left my good camera in the restroom at the hotel. […]

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August

2014

INDIA: Making a Sari

CULTURE, India

  Hello friends. We have had so many amazing experiences here in India and it is really hard to choose, but I am going to say that my favorite thus far has been watching them weave the silk for the saris and the hand stamping that goes into making a sari. Honestly, the kids had […]

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August

2014

INDIA: Kolam

CULTURE, India

  Hello friends. After two days of hanging at the hotel in order to complete several design projects we are ready to have another adventure. Today we are off to learn about the gods and goddesses, the traditions and the symbolism that surrounds India. Guess what we are doing this weekend? Ok, don’t guess, I […]

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August

2014

INDIA: Kalakshetra Foundation of the Arts

CULTURE, India

Hello friends. How is everyone doing? Any requests for posts regarding India? Lets talk art, music and dance today. Compared to the art overload (that’s a good thing) we had last summer in Paris this summer has been substantially lacking. We do art at home as usual, but we also like to explore the local art […]

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August

2014

INDIA: Temple of Love

CULTURE, India

THE IMAGES ARE NOT SUITABLE FOR ALL CHILDREN.  PARENTS PLEASE VIEW FIRST. Hello friends. Our temple touring was taken to a whole new level in the city of Kanchipuram where we visited the Temple of Love. Kama sutra anyone? We were told that this structure was run by the priests of India and one of them could […]

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August

2014

INDIA: Sari shopping

CULTURE, India

  Sari shopping from Goodie Goodie Gumdrop on Vimeo. Hello friends. How is everyone doing? Are you enjoying the posts from India? Does anyone have a topic or item of interest that they would like me to explore and report back on? Our first (jet lag free) weekend in India was action packed. It mostly consisted […]

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August

2014

INDIA: Learning to cook Indian food

CULTURE, India

  Hello friends. Oh my, oh my, where to begin. We ventured out into the city of Chennai yesterday and it was a 10 hour, sensory filled day. Today I will do my best to transform our adventure in Chennai into words and pictures. Our driver was an hour late, normally not a big deal. Once […]

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May

2014

A tribute to Jay, Maine

CULTURE

  Hello friends. I have deviated from the family travel adventure focus of this blog for the last four weeks and I appreciate you entertaining the little sidetracks. It is fun to venture down memory lane. My promise when I started this blog was to be truthful, sometimes that is not pretty. Thank you all for your compassion […]



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