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Day 21

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Train handles and garlands.

Day 20

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Day 19

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Gandhi's library.

Day 18

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Day 17

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Day 16

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An unusual and awesome Christmas Day.

Day 15

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Day 14

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Carrots and more shoes.

Day 13

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The world's largest sundial.  And a motorbike.

Day 12

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Day 11

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Day 10

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Santa!











Just kidding: Taj Mahal!

Day 9

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Brotherly love.

Day 8

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Day 7

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Finally.

Day 6

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An amazing tractor, and more amazing Ajanta Caves.  Such a long story about them, I'll tell you later...or wikipedia can. 

Day 5

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Cave 16 at Ellora Caves, built in the 6th century AD. 
But more exciting:  a baby monkey!

Day 4

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Full service taxi.

Day 3

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Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminal or CST or Victoria Terminal, or VT.

Day 2

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Okay, so only on day two and I cannot narrow it down to one picture.  So here are three, and I haven't even included the stereotypical cow in the street picture. 

India Day 1

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There is so much to take in here, I know that I cannot do it justice in words until I have time to process it all. But, as a tease, I've decided to put an abbreviated version of a picture a day project for the rest of December. That is, as long as I can recharge the lappy, which remains to be seen. So, Day 1, flying over UAE.

Day 0

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No weather is going to make me late!  10 hours early to the airport...plenty of seating.

Black Thursday

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For the first time ever, I was coerced/forced/dragged to a post Thanksgiving shopping event.  There is a clear cast of black Friday shopping characters.  "The Planner" is strategic, cunning, and comes clutching competitors ads. They probably have a wing woman or two to grab and growl on their behalf.
"The Bloodthirsty One" will do whatever it takes, including throw themselves on a pile of crock pots while shouting "I'm buying all of these, nobody touch them!" at the top of their voice.  They'll enter the store with three carts, not just to fill them, but also as personal crowd control.
"The Ninja" took something out of your hands and checked out before you knew it.  Cart-less, ruthless, and back in the car within five minutes.
Those unfortunate enough to find themselves as "The Newbie" can't find a parking place, a cart, what they came for, and is at the end of every line.  They skipped Thanksgiving dessert for this crap.�…