Rahul and I met this little darling in our street, Jalan Kajeng, today. Look at his cute little snaggle tooth! We nick-named him the brick on legs as he could hardly waddle up the street. I think he had consumed too many chicken sates…
These friendly fellows were travelling on the highway between Bangalore and Thiruvannamalai.
Rahul and I watched with amazement and delight when these two friends passed us by in Pondicherry last year. They say opposites attract and this was definitely true for this “companionable” pair!
A few years ago my husband Rahul captured this footage of elephants being washed at the Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary in South India. It made us so happy to watch the elephants washed with such love and care. We sat for a long time entranced by “washing time” and after all the elephants were done the mahouts (elephant handlers) washed themselves in the river too. A wonderful Indian experience…
One of the touching things about Tasmania is it’s old-fashioned feel especially in the country areas. Yesterday we were treated to a wonderful country fair.
The fair had some charismatic animals, tasty homemade scallop and salmon pies and lots of lovely wool weavers.
One of the entertaining acts of the show was the Veteran’s Brass Band. I know from being in a brass band myself that clapping can often be on the light side…so Rahul and I made sure we showed our appreciation. Actually after us initially being the only ones clapping we started an avalanche of clapping for the band which they were very pleased about.