AHMEDABAD, India – With Thushan and our host Leila both recovering from illness, we rested up and continued our chai-drinking binge in Ahmedabad. See it all in today’s photo gallery.
Archive for July, 2008
AHMEDABAD, India – With Thushan fading fast, we head to the doctor’s office for a diagnosis, but not before watching the Celtics win the NBA championship in style on tape delay. See it all in today’s photo gallery.
AHMEDABAD, India – After an all-night bus trip north from Mumbai to Ahmedabad, our friend Leila’s adopted Indian home, we were all feeling a bit under the weather. Thushan, however, was hit worst of all, with a fever, body aches, and general exhaustion, all early warning signs of one of the region’s biggest killers… malaria. See it all in today’s photo gallery.
MUMBAI, India – Can you find Mike? Riding the public transit in each town we visit is often one of the most telling experiences we have. Mumbai’s trains are a reflection of the city itself: big, loud, and crowded. Hop on in (if you can squeeze in) and see Mumbai’s packed train system in today’s photo gallery.
MUMBAI, India – Our first full day in Mumbai was a perfect introduction to India. Here we joined two old friends, Leila and Sam, and took to the streets to absorb the huge city’s local cricket matches, crowds, and heavenly smells. Hit the streets in today’s photo gallery.
MUMBAI, India – After two weeks of family and exploration on the island nation of Sri Lanka, we headed north to India and the subcontinent’s biggest city Mumbai (formerly Bombay) for a minireunion of sorts with some old friends. Set your feet down in Mumbai in today’s photo gallery.
ANURADHAPURA, Sri Lanka – Home to some of of Sri Lanka’s most prosperous ancient civilizations, Anuradhapura still draws thousands to its numerous historic sites. One of the most visible remnants of the ancient Sri Lankan civilizations that flourished here is the Ruwanveli Saya stupa, standing at almost 300 feet tall. Explore Anuradhapura in today’s photo gallery.
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