|You see people like this all over. Five family members on one motorcycle. Mom is turned sideways and holding a baby!|
|Me and two of my students. Every time we pull a camera out, everyone comes running and yells I want in too!|
|Saku, my assistant. She is from Sri Lanka and a whiz at everything.|
|Lunch on campus!|
After lunch, Yusef (the temporary driver) brought me back to the guest house, waited while I did some work and then took me to Salima's house. From there we went out to dinner at a really nice Chinese Restaurant in a hotel. I didn't get back until about 11pm and thought I would sleep, but of course that didn't happen. Two movies later, I finally conked out and slept in Sunday morning.
|Chinese Dinner with the Hashmi's at Avari Hotel|
|Bouquet for Maryam|
|Pomegranate and Grapefruit Tress Growing in the front yard. They had several fruit and flowering trees.|
|The Lahore Museum. Rudyard Kipling's father was the director here.|
|Interior ceiling with mosaic and fretwork.|
|The Mughals were famous for this type of pottery|
|Early flip-flops (wooden-Ouch!)|
|Fasting Buddha-This isn't my image. The one I took had my reflection in it and looked like my hands were superimposed.|
|These were small limestone figures and some of my favorites. Each face was so different and had really unique details.|
After we left the museum we went to Gymkhana which is a spiffy country club for tea. I had been there several times last year and it is very nice. Since then, I have been working on the blog and glad it saves automatically when the power goes out (which is about every hour and 1/2). The generator always kicks in about 5-10 minutes later, but I'm glad I don't lose stuff! More soon...