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... the weirdest, most fascinating garden of recycled materials I will ever see. It's a huge area, 30 acres I think, with a labyrinth of lanes, little tunnels, nooks and crannies and the whole thing has been made from recycled stuff and unused building materials. Broken crockery, toilets, baths, glasses, earthenware pots, mirrors, stained glass - you name it it was there mosaic fashion in the walls, pools, steps etc.
There were waterfalls, ...
Another early start as today we have 70km to go. We're told the first 40km are undulating along the River Beas with the last 30km uphill. The views are great and I take a few pictures. I'm trying to capture as much as I can on the basis that if the pictures are rubbish I can always delete them. I take it steady in the morning partly because I am so tired after yesterday and partly because the climb in the afternoon will be tough.
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... he said that out of nowhere he would get a bad memory or thought in his mind and he couldn't control it. This is very well what is happening. We suggested that instead of letting him get to an all out violent fit (even if it last two minutes like she said), they have to catch it and give him a form of communication (like a communication board) to say that he needs a break or something. This meeting went really well as she was very receptive to our input and ideas. She ...
... intitally given to those of pure "European" parentage.
Whilst my great grandmother, Rose Clarke, was a one of the original students who went to this school ( around 1875ish) and would have qualified under the original criteria (her father died in Jhansi in 1871 possibly from cholera), by the 1930-40s, the school's attendance criteria was less constricting. Suffice to say both parents graduated from the school; ...
... raising but our current driver, Kashmir Singh, is very good and we trust him and his 20 years experience. It's not as bad here as it is in China. Almost, but it makes a difference when your driver is not a risk taker. I remember vividly our drive from Beijing to the Great Wall of China with Krista & Geir. Leigh & Geir were gasping loudly with every near miss and Krista and I were giggling nervously. That roll of toilet paper Geir had came in ...