I had the idea that the Taj Mahal was just a single structure sitting alone in the middle of an Indian city. I should not have been surprised then, to see that it is a whole complex! It is large and vast, just like the country itself.
Our area will experience loadshedding from 20h00 to 23h00. It cuts right into the middle of our Saturday night, but we have planned around it. Che is going to power the router with a battery so that we can still stream a movie. It may not happen at all, it depends if it’s needed.
I am writing this on the patio. The sun has set and the bats are out. It’s very very still, the pool glassy still. The only marauders are the neighbourhood cats who love using our garden as a thoroughfare. We don’t mind, they are very amusing and watching their antics gives us much laughter.
When I was going through my photos of my trip to India I came across the perfect photo for last week’s wordpress photo theme of Scale. It’s not a well taken photo, snapped with my iPhone from within a moving vehicle on the road from Agra to Jaipur. It left me incredulous and I was grateful that our driver overtook on the right.