In Delhi

Bandito greeted us every morning when we woke up. His energy is very sweet, which made us miss our kitties at home. Behind him you can see the courtyard garden below belonging to the owner of our guesthouse. It is small place not fancy, but charming. We had our own bathroom & terrace, which felt luxurious.

Ned went into several music stores in Old Delhi looking for a small travel harmonium, with no luck. We did see a Santour for a reasonable price, 6200 rupees, which is about $160. It is like a hammered dulcimer. It was tempting to buy, but very heavy, maybe 25 lbs!

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  1. Julie W.

    I love this picture of the music store. Ned, you look so at home. Must be great to see and ponder those instruments.

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