Thursday April 24 –
“India is not, as people keep calling it, an underdeveloped country, but rather, in the context of its history and cultural heritage, a highly developed one in an advanced state of decay.” ― Shashi Tharoor
Congratulations to Mr.& Mrs. Travis & April Knight...
Wednesday April 23 – The 2014 Event’s Half-Way Point!
We have made the turn and are officially on the back nine. I know this because I just did my laundry in the shower, meaning that I was out of suitable clean clothes. ..
Dateline: New Delhi, India - Tuesday April 22
Good morning from India…o-dark-thirty here as we catch the 6:15AM train #12002 (aka the Bhopal Shatabdi Express) to Agra and a breakfast date with the always majestic Taj Mahal!
This is the only mandatory scavenge teams have in India, and of course I could not let my not son see the Taj. My daughter will have to wait until she comes on her own one day soon…
Monday April 21 –
Sunday April 20 – Happy Easter
Hello all. It has been a long day repositioning ourselves to India for an arduous Par 7 leg; the most difficult ever in the history of this event! We are tired and it is after 1:00AM here and it is too late to blog tonight.
So, just know that everyone is safe and tucked away at a great hotel here in Delhi. We meet tomorrow at 10:00AM to be begin this leg and we will have results for the South Korean leg too.
Saturday April 19 – 11:59PM Seoul Time
Friday, April 18 – 11:15PM Seoul Time
Annyeonghaseyo to all our friends!
After successfully navigating Incheon International Airport’s (ICN) Fever Scanner Screening stations, we officially entered South Korea. Sadly, amidst a terrible ferry accident that has tragically taken the lives of too many South Korean teenagers. Our hearts are with South Korea today…a truly sad day here.
Wednesday, April 16 (11:15PM (JST)
A busy day here in Japan: from morning fish market auctions and the ancient city of Nara or history of Hiroshima, to the dazzle of Osaka’s subterranean night life. Today was full of site-doing.