A Personal Goodbye to Broadlands Lodge in Chennai – Chennai, India

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Perhaps “unwritten laws” should be spelt out and made public. Just because they exist and are tacitly accepted by many, does not mean they are right. Hotels exist throughout India where both

The Triplegem Afghan Expedition I – Peshawar, Pakistan

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home_may18_peshawar.jpgStephen Shucar

Gross National Happiness – Bhutan

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Bill Werlin vists the hard-to-get-to and hard-to-get-in country of Bhutan.

Increasing Height of the Everest and Maoist Insurgency – Tingla Village, Solukhumbu District, Nepal

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Santosh Giri discovers bullets stronger than ballet in the worsening Maoist insurgency in Nepal.

Maddening: Delhi – Delhi, India

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Lee Abbamonte finds that Delhi is dizzying, maddening, frustrating, annoying and sad. It is a microcosm of modern day India.

Thoughts on Sri Lanka After The Tsunami – Sri Lanka

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As baseball soothed Lee Abbamonte after 9/11, he was almost relieved to see that cricket does the same for Sri Lankans.

Crisis on a Roof Top – Rajasthan, India

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Faced with the task of looking like Tour Leader, Rachel Walmsley tries to find some respite for her dreadlocked do…and instead locates a sex therapist.

Goa’ing The Distance – Goa, India

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Lee Abbamonte decides the t-shirt is telling the truth: in India it really is better in Goa.

Mcleod Ganj: Proof of Life – Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, India

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home_jan27_india.jpgKanak Mehra comments

Borderland – China and Pakistan

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Barukh Shalev finds that borderlands are bad places with bad people; barren lands populated by people who are parasitic upon their environment, people who have no choice, people who are stuck in betwe