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The Monkey People (Expat Week #055)

Adventures of an American Traveler

If you look at the monkeys, you can learn many things about the men; if you look at the men, you can learn many things about the madness! ~Mehmet Murat ildan

Bright Eyes Bright Eyes in Jaipur

I have always been enchanted by monkeys. From the antics of  Curious George in the children’s books of the same name to Chim Chim in the Speed Racer cartoon to the stories of Jane Goodall and her life with Chimpanzees and Diane Fossey with hanging out with the Gorillas.

Monkeys are exotic. They invoke images of swinging between trees in deeply forested verdant jungles along side Tarzan as he rescues Jane from the evil doer.

At times, monkeys seem almost human

In the US, we don’t have monkey people. Well, that’s not quite accurate. We don’t have monkey people roaming free to exercise God’s gift of life in their own way. All monkey people in the…

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