Friday, July 30, 2010

some more pics

Our beautiful two months’ excursion has come to an end. It’s back to the buzz and grind of Mumbai now. But a few reminders of the trip here.

In Native American section of Smithsonian museum, Washington DC, we saw some weaving with striking similarity to Mizo designs.



We bought a miniature Cherokee Indian drum from a craft shop in East Virginia. It looks very much like Mizo drum.


Inside Luray Caverns in East Virginia, there is a wonder world of fantastic stalactite formations.















When we came back to Canada, before leaving for India, we took a last walk on this route:






And had this dinner:




Then on our way home.

12 comments:

sekibuhchhuak said...

Hotunu, thlalak a hmuhnawm hlawm hle mai. An khuang chu(h), eng atan nge an hman ve le?

mesjay said...

Seki, an khuang chu zai rem nan an vaw ve ang chu ka ti mai a. Anmahni kan hmu fuh thei tlat lo, biak turin.

Calliopia said...

Great pics. I specially love the ones of the bench and the crooked fences. You must have kind of mixed feelings coming back - the pleasure of being home and the pain of leaving all that beauty.

mesjay said...

Thanks, Calliopia. And yes, home is home anywhere but it's so lovely there, no wonder people get so crazy to migrate.

Jerusha said...

I think I'd be fitter if we had roads like that here :) Two whole months! Lucky lucky you. Red Indian ho khuang khi papawr a ang top.

mesjay said...

@Jerusha, the roads are really really enviable. One could just walk and walk and walk... Yes, we did get fitter and healthier, though may be a bit heavier :)

Zaia said...

Ka en. Khuang ka awt, Puk ka hlau. Kawng ka awt ngawih ngawih. A tawp lamah ka ril a tam.. hehe..

mesjay said...

@Zaia, lolz. I dam maw? Tunlai chu kan reh hlawm riau, blog ka tlawh tum an 'error' leh tlat thin a. Lo len ka'n tum leh ange.

luliana said...

In dinner ei khi rice a tel si lova mizopa hlui ta se, "chaw a ni lo" kan tih duh hmel... :)

Nice pics....

duhsaka said...

Mit a tlai hle mai

mesjay said...

@Lulian, ni e, mahse a tlai thlak khawp :)

@Duhsak, i lo lenga ka lawm. I thlalak ka hmuh vawikhatna.

JPACZ said...

nice pictures of nature and things, more power to you.