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Travel Blogs from Kasauli
We're out of our hotel at exactly 6:45, and we load into the bus to discover that our breakfast boxes contain an EMPTY coffee cup. This simply will not do, and even though we have a train to catch we take the cups back inside to get coffee. There is an espresso man at the front door, and even though we could have filled all of them quicker by running down to the restaurant floor, he insists upon brewing all through his machine. The race is on ...
... the other side of the world laughing with them about how much we overpay the autorickshaw drivers or discussing the best place to buy a sari around Chandigarh. I have completely fell in love with these women! We thought we were coming to teach them, but I really I don't think they will ever understand the amount that they have taught us in these (almost) two weeks. Today, the amount of laughing that circled the room with these peers was ...
... to stop biting his nails. Okay, sir...you have to pick your battles. It was apparent that this father had no control over his sons actions this was a power struggle for the father. When Archit was in the room, there was little communication except giving him what he wants between both parents. The other very crazy apparent cultural differences that we noticed were when we were talking about raising a special needs. We were talking about how it can be looked at as a disgrace ...
... 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; ...
... at a dhaba (snack stall) near our hotel. I got a spicy cheese naan bread. It's such a shame though because most the time cheese means cottage cheese in India - in my eyes this is not real cheese!
Just something to mention here too...Sean has become obsessed with an Indian mannerism done by males only - the 'head roll'. The head roll happens in replacement of saying 'you're welcome' or 'okay/alright'. Sean is desperate to fit into Indian society and is now trying to master it! Ha!
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