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Published: November 4th 2016
On the Move
Handsome herd going out for a mid-morning grazing session.
They say you cannot return home, but I am not sure who "they" are or why there is such a rule. I guess I will not lose any sleep worrying about it.
We have arrived in Pushkar, which feels like our home in India, and we are happy to be back. We have checked in at Camp Bliss (our luxurious tented home), reunited with some of our favorite vendors who treat us like family, and walked all around the familiar fairgrounds.
Feels good to be "home!"
We have been spending our days walking among the animal herds, shopping the frenetic markets, and making daily stops at Sunset Cafe for Nutella pancakes. The weather has been a bit warmer than normal during the day, but the evenings cool down quickly and nicely for excellent sleeping.
I suppose there is always that concern when you return to your favorite jaunts they may no longer match your fond memories or that they have changed dramatically. This crossed our mind as we drove toward Pushkar. Fortunately, this time we were not disappointed. And fortunately, you can return home.
Home Sweet Home in India.
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