A foggy morning

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it sure was a foggy or should I say misty morning ?

Kunskapsskolan Internationals, KI, first day with sports activities

students from Kunskapsskolan Gurgaon spent the morning at KI and did archery, soccer, tennis, basketball or marshal arts and it was so nice to see activity on the fields and hear happy kids !

 

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a fun filled morning with lots of energy

I can’t wait to see it every day.

HEALTHY KIDS ARE HAPPY KIDS !

A walk for a cause – a Salaam Baalak Trust City Walk

“The Salaam Baalak Trust City Walk is an english guided tour of almost 2 hours conducted by kids who used to live in the streets of Delhi before joining our trust.”

“Those who take the City Walk Tour through the streets of inner city of Paharganj and the area around New Delhi train station, led by a child who was once living and working on the streets will experience a special tour far from the tourist main attractions.”

if interested to find out more about the Trust and the wonderful work they do do, please have a look at SalaamBaalakTrust

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 it was a great tour and it was so nice to meet and interact with the boys living at the shelter….they where amazed that I knew a little hindi !!

 

Magical sunset in Goa.

it doesn’t get more magical than this

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together with the best company ever (our daughter with husband) and a drink in our hand we watched the sun set in this spectacular way

magical moments

Yellow fields of…..

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mustard !

it really looks like the fields in the southern parts of Sweden in may but here I am in India and it’s january.

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Only we don’t grow mustard…..(that becomes mustard oil, seeds and the leaves are eaten as a green vegetable usually mixed with spinach)

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same same but very different

but it sure makes me long for those beautiful yellow fields in may.

Sadhus-Sadhvi at a temple in sector 21, Gurgaon, India

Sadhu’s, Indias holy men, at a temple in sector 21 Gurgaon, India

 this was actually the first time I met a “holy woman” and I learned that she is called a sadhvi and I also met the sadhu with the longest hair I have ever seen. dreadlocks as long as he himself ! wow !

(sadhus-sadhvis are solely dedicated to achieving moksa,(liberation), the fourth and final asrama (stage of life) through meditation and contemplation of Brahman)

I hope you know that you can click on each of the pictures and have a look at each one individually.

Roadside lunch anyone ?

A  vegeterian roadside lunch.

Baked potato with lime and some black salt and a red carrot. The red carrots are so good! Just what I needed.

I didn’t have any white radish because my driver told me it gives you really bad breath ! Don’t think he wanted to have me in the car talking and smelling..hahaha