The Constitutional Court and More

April 10.

As our flight does not leave until 8PM, I hire Freedom to drive Stan and me around for the day, and then drop us at the airport.

Our first stop is the Constitutional Court, where, Albie Sachs, a former Justice, has arranged for us to be given a tour by two young assistant […]

Shepherds and Scenery

April 3

We’ll, no WiFi yesterday, so just posted yesterday’s blog. Apologies if you get two posts today. And, a heads up, I don’t think I’ll have WiFi tomorrow. Now, how Third World is that.

Today was a great day. Beautiful weather. Day breaks Down into two elements. The scenery is spectacular. There’s an amazing […]

Back in Casablanca; or “Play it Again, Arnie”

March 6.

On the plane after slow security process. High point of the trip so far was the TSA guy stopping me as I tried to go through with my shoes on. When I told him I was 75, he said I didn’t look it. Tipped him five bucks.

Given what we’re used to, the […]

Bastar Dushera—Day Two

October 19

NOTE: FOR SOME REASON, THIS NEVER GOT POSTED, SO IM POSTING IT TODAY, NOV 21, BECAUSE IT WAS ONE OF THE MOST INTERESTING DAYS OF MY TRIP.

I meet Jeffrey and Winslow, who are leading the photography tour I was to be on. They are very friendly in our brief encounter and apparently […]

The King and I

October 17

NOTE, ABLE TO LOAD PHOTOS AGAIN. IF YOU SAW PRIOR POST WITH ONE PARAGRAPH, YOU CAN NOW READ THE ENTIRE DAY, WITH PHOTOS.

A late breakfast allows me plenty of time to get frustrated at not being able to post to my blog. Grrrrrrrr.

At a little after ten, I meet Jaspreet Singh […]