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April 18, 2015
While some people dream of living on a yacht, in a castle, on a tropical island, my dream was to live in a developing country. I imagined a little known exotic nook of the world which took some effort to get to, offering the perfect mix of simplicity, adventure, volunteer work, and fresh mangos. In 2007, I took a half-year leave of absence from...
Placed 4 days ago by Christine in Guatemala the threequel

The Prodigal Blog
April 15, 2015
I thought this blog was lost, victim to a hacked email account. It was found and accessed, unlike my first 2007 Guate blog on the prehistoric MySpace. Feasting and festing are called for. My last entry on Fuzzy was in January 2012. We left Guatemala the following July. Our last twenty month stretch there was packed with experiences ranging from...
Placed 6 days ago by Christine in Guatemala the threequel

November 4, 2014 - Sheffield, United Kingdom
To Delhi station for the morning express to Kalka (4hrs). Passed quite quickly and a pleasant journey. At Kalka we changed trains onto the 'toy' train to Shimla. Beautiful scenery all the way. amazing room, beautiful hotel (Oberoi Cecil Hotel . Food good. Late 10.00a.m start so sat in the sun for 45mins. before the tour of Shimla. First stop the...
Placed 22 days ago by John in John @ Fuzzy Travel

4.Amber Fort & Rajasthan
November 2, 2014 - Sheffield, United Kingdom
Next morning we drove to the Amber Fort -a highlight. Stopped by the lake and took in the whole picture. Elephants looking almost ant-like in size slowly climbing the steep path to the fort all dressed in their red splendour. The walls, stretching across the hillsides for miles. The setting is amazing. The inside of the fort full of tourists,...
Placed 22 days ago by John in John @ Fuzzy Travel

3.Ranthambore National Park and journey to Jaipur
October 31, 2014 - Sheffield, United Kingdom
Set out at 6.45a.m bound for the national park in the 4 x 4's. We saw plenty of monkeys, peacock, sambars and asian antelopes, but unfortunately no sightings of tigers or leopards. Later we returned for breakfast extremely dirty. In the afternoon we returned to the park, but still the tigers were elusive. Left Ranthambore after breakfast bound...
Placed 22 days ago by John in John @ Fuzzy Travel

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