Wednesday, February 24, 2010

India Day One

I now have incontrovertible proof that I am either in India, or am very good at photoshopping. I would like to believe that I am in India.

Here is our hotel:

First stop today was a huge Baha'i temple.  We all agreed that it was more glamorous than First Mennonite, but that we could probably kick their butts in a potluck.

We almost lost Thom to the Baha'is when he read their mission statement, but we shunned him till he came back. God loves a good shunning.

Here's a Moghul ruler tomb from many centuries ago:

The elusive Usha Zehr:

Some mafia dons:
Some adorable kids:
We went to the place were Gandhi was assasinated. These were all his possesssions when he died:

Here's Thom trying yet another religion.  We are going to have to watch that guy.
More adorable kids:
A wee spot of traffic:
The Red Fort, where my camera died:

Not pictured is the rickshaw ride we took and the meal we are about to eat, or the sleep I am going to deeply enjoy.


David Wright said...

Dan, you are not shown in any of these pictures. I remain unconvinced of your claims to be in India. You are hiding in your loft, aren't you? You know, Jill will probably find you.

Dan S said...

It turns out that I close my eyes during pictures and generally look just as dorky in India as anywhere else. Obviously, I have my work cut out for me.

Ruth said...

So did Usha survive her meetings with the govt guys or is she in prison?

Dan S said...

Government agents have not whisked her away yet, so we are grateful for that.